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A BUBBLE DREAM 



By Linda Boyarsky 

"Life is but a bowl of cherries" and other 
similar maxims might give a fairly accurate description of my life in the 
world of day dreams. You might even say that life "is coming up 
roses." But I seem to be leaving you with a pastoral picture and that 
truly wouldn't represent what my dreams stand for. 

I wake up each morning and dash off to school, where I am sur- 
rounded by familiar faces and am taught, a bit to my consternation, 
too familiar ideas. I dash home to dinner and homework and perhaps 
an occasional television program where I become "exposed" to the 
"outside" world of reality, like "The Girl From U. N. C. L. E." This 
life has the same type of hypnotic effect as the swinging pendulum that 
a grandfather clock may have, and I usually find myself slowly drifting 
off into the realm of daydreaming where "I am the master of my fate." 
The effect is quite soothing and is 100% better than any tranquilizer 
or barbituate known to the men of medicine. In times of stress as in 
times of joy, I find solace in my "world" and escape from the pressures 
of my life. 

And what do I dream of? I dream of things that to you might seem 
prosaic, but are representative of the dreams any normal Central girl 
would have. I dream of meeting my Prince Charming as he comes 
galloping through town on his fleet-footed, snow-white steed. 

I also dream of things in the less distant future. I dream of getting 
a 700 average on the College Boards and of winning a Merit Scholar- 
ship (at least a Regents Scholarship!) 

My daydreams build a bubble around me but alas, that world and 
I aren't invulnerable to attack from the harsh world of stark reality. 
Even the smallest of things could burst the bubble and collapse my 
world. I was considerably shaken when I learned that I didn't score a 
700 average on the Boards. 

Many times my "world" was rocked to and fro. Many times it has 
shattered and crumbled into dust. But always I rebuilt my world, 
adding to it and improving it to fit my new mood. 

Despite my rather "shaky" existence in my world of daydreams, I 
have come to an important decision regarding them. It was on dreams 
that this world was built and it will be on dreams that new worlds will 
be built. Even as I continue to harden to the reality of life, I shall 
cling desperately to my daydreams. For perhaps, someday I will fuse 
reality and fantasy and help do my part towards the creation of a 
better world. 





GROW 




DELVE 




PROBE 



In school I change 





I QUESTION 



DISCOVER 





I DREAM 



I am surrounded by a sea of expressions. 











Will I remember them 

when I have crossed the bridge? 





Snyder avenue seems so far away 




The locker room 




Our building tis of thee 

We sing in harmony 

School that we love. 

Place where our mothers toiled, 

Rooms that our sisters soiled, 

School that is coming down 

Oh, G-D bless thee. 

Our school is very friendly 

To mice and every flea. 

But not to me; 

We are segregated 

From our brothers degraded; 

But we will e're be true 

To our school — old or new. 




The swimming pool 



The lounge 





Yet it is only one hundred blocks from Ave. M. 





The lounge 



The locker room 








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''n mxa iic n-'irm .(nisaa nT'n'?ix''3ns niTsn ^'?niT\n 
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isnyn niffs D'sapn ns — n-'xann -la'a nn^i n'?™n nnyi:? 
mxa "iiS'B aIX iVia; mTsnn -Tiyu; "rij; n^n "py xnan ns 
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nyian — 13'? invam .Miiin ."b^s•>r) vh msa n^w„iv xii'? 
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National News — 1966 



1. Vaulting to New Heights— Vnivershy of Southern California 
pole vaulter Bob Seagren sails over the bar at 17 feet 5% 
inches to set a new world's record at the Fresno Relays. 

2. Say Hey— On April 24th, Willie Mays of the San Francisco 
Giants hit his 511th career home run to tie the all-time 
National League record of Mel Ott. Willie's history-making 
shot traveled 415 feet into the left field seats. 

3. Walt Disney Dies— On December 15th, famed movie maker 
Walt Disney passed away due to acute circulatory collapse. 
Shown here with one of his more famous characters, "Mickey 
Mouse", Disney leaves behind a legacy of fantasy and dreams 
which has thrilled hundreds of millions of children and adults 
all over the world. 



4. Moon Photo Assembled— On August 19th, Dr. Lawrence 
Rowan described this remarkable high resolution photograph 
of the surface of the moon to newsmen and scientists at the 
Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. The pic- 
ture was made by assembling 87 framelets taken from the 
Lunar Orbiter satellite and relayed back to earth. 

5. 1966 Oscar Winners— On April 18th, all moviedom ap- 
plauded these four stars at the Annual Academy presentation 
ceremony. From the left, Lee Marvin— best actor for "Cat 
Ballou"; British star Julie Christie— best actress for "Darling"; 
Shelley Winters— best supporting actress for ".A Patch of Blue"; 
and Martin Balsam— best supporting actor for "A Thousand 
Clowns". 

6. Artificial Heart Implant— On April 21st, the medical world 
was electrified when it learned that Dr. Michael DeBakey 

(left), Baylor University Medical School heart surgeon, had 
successfully implanted an artificial heart in Marcel L. De- 
Rudder at Methodist Hospital in Houston. Texas. Mr. De- 
Rudder later died of a ruptured left lung, though it was 
reported that the implant was a success. 





7. Photograph Reaches New Heights— This photograph was 
taken from an altitude of 475 miles during the Gemini 10 
space flight of astronauts John W. Young and Michael Collins 
in July of 1966. Gibraltar appears in the upper right. 

8. Surprised Miss America— Pretty 19-year-old Jan Jayroe, Miss 
Oklahoma, expresses surprise and happiness in the same 
gesture upon learning that she was Miss America 1967. 

9. Pat and Luci— Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Nugent walk down 
steps of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception 
in Washington on August 6th following the wedding of Nugent 
and the daughter of President Lyndon B. Johnson. 

10. Strikeout King Retires— heithar\der Sandy Koufax of the 
Los Angeles Dodgers announced on November 18th that he 
was retiring from baseball due to an arthritic elbow. Winner 
of the Cy Young Award three times, Koufax set an all-time 
record of 382 strikeouts during the 1965 season. 




11. Speaks Up For GOP— Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirk- 
sen answered President Johnson's accusations that the GOP 
is a party of fear by declaring that "the President's statements 
actually spell out the most damning self-indictment in modern 
political history". 

12. White House Pickets— lr\ August, these sign-carrying pickets 
marched up and down in front of the White House in protest 
to the probe of their anti-'Viet Nam war activities by the House 
Committee on Un-American Activities. 



And Now from the World Capitals to the News Center in Brooklyn. 



INVADERS FROM THE UNKNOWN 
Room 26 was invaded today by a horde 
of cockroaches. But our shrieks were 
silenced when our hero, Rabbi Rubel came 
to the rescue and trampled the monsters. 
Their remains were disposed of later by 
the brave Rabbi Elbaz. They will be rein- 
stated next week as the official extermina- 
tors. 




NATIONALISM IN ACTION 

In a sudden burst of patriotism, Mrs. 
Jacobson's artists tossed aside their "erl- 
cloths" and pledged allegiance to the flag. 
The irate instructress quickly donned her 
Peter Pan headgear and waddled down to 
summon the Rabbi. Result: 5 girls sus- 
pended. 



LUCKY WINNER RECEIVES 
"DOOR' PRIZE 

This year, Mr. Kamber became the 
third person to receive this coveted door 
prize, Mr. Kamber succeeded Rabbi Fulda 
who succeeded Rabbi Friedman. Many an 
innocent student has passed thru this door 
for some unknown reason, and Walked 
out alive again. 




PLAY REVIEW: JUNIOR COMPET- 
ITIVE ASSEMBLY 

Justice was the theme but we didn't 
see any. Plays were in full swing again but 
ours wasn't ... we came in third for a 
change. We lost the competitive assembly 
but not our spirits. "We're the JUNIORS 
and we're singing now!" 





DRIVER'S ED. STARTS OFF WITH 
A BANG 

Central institutes Driver's Ed. in 1965. 
They learn how to drive Mrs. Kirschner 
and Mr. Korn crazy. The girls respond 
enthusiastically to the prospect of learning 
how to drive; the car responds otherwise. 
All in all, it has proved a very exciting 




A VISIT TO EXPO— 67 

At 11 P.M. the seniors of Central 
boarded the bus which was to take them to 
Montreal and Expo 67. Noises on the bus 
varied from talking to singing to contended 
snores. Following an hour of rest the 
journey continued to the Montreal World's 
Fair — Expo 67 — where they witnessed 
man's progress in "Man and His World." 
After miles of traveling, singing, talking, 
and in general, just enjoying themselves, 
they arrived home exhausted. They were 
all prepared to sleep for the next few days 
despite Mr. K's threat to all who didn't 
show up in school the following day. 




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— mas ■'pisn — irn d'ki ,isa ]idj — xsaa njriDn — pai .r'au? D'a ?nT D^ns 
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ns maj '?ians .niytt^n nx '7-'nnj Dinsn nx nu'ia td'713ip vu^Dy,, .ib'SE" on Die; na 
innsa lamyu? n'3Dn nr baa n'?''nnn la "...xbsn tk^h 'jii; D'-nwxnn D'yopn 'iE; 

n'riyV na2;n x'? ^"t ,p-'a''? -m "72; innaa nai:?'? nnar ^lffx lanxa nnx '?a2' 'mao 
,^m''aa ni5?t2;n n'7nnn umaia nmn: '^nn — Tiyi 's'? .araa nnnran imy-)!:; nx 
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mbynb ar baa n.''bsni m5?i:7b naayT htix mt^n nr ivn .vby niainxn TTimb axa 
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nxxina .xb im Tabnb yispa nfx nmnb nainn nx an D's^ma naax D'BO-'bx-'T'X on 
nr D'aysbi Tysn nnb "njiaa„n nnn bu; 'rsix on-' xin o.TTabnb ora on'-n laa 
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n'nax nanxa — rmaa ay injna axu; laa — nvjbsya nmpu;n — vniT'abna 
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D'nyai .vnuab nbio axu? laa ub nboi — ijnnb I'-an xina; 'jsa nbxa n^nya njiaa I'y 
laa nain ib axa ,irnT'B;'xa ois ipnb na umx c^uyb maia xinii; p'j'b m it^'nn!:; 
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.naixn b^; naT-p ii^an ba? nbtt;btt7n mnan nyua Q'piay n-'tt'nu; 

— n'tyx nnan iTan^;! p'rb .ni by ainx ixa 'mb^ initt^an .p'-bx'a lanj D"n 

— ibx D'b'-aa p^i'b .m biy vmrabn ba mmn nx yan 

IAD MPH — \RA\ — m^ii "n„ 

T\"\\A \B"H\\ T\Ti Mim Oil! 



Yeshiva University high schools 



ADMINISTRATION 





Dr. Samuel Belkin, President Yeshiva University 




Charles H. Bendheim, Chairman, 
Board of Directors 



Rabbi Abraham N. Zuroff, Supervisor 





Samuel Levine, Executive Director 



Sheldon School, Director, Student Finances 



Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Brooklyn 

Rabbi Abraham N. ZuroflF, Principal 

Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Manhattan 

Rabbi David L. Weinbach, Administrator 

Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Manhattan 

Dr. Issac Lewin, Principal, Jewish Studies Department 
Martin Liiker, Administrator 

Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Brooklyn 

Dr. Issac Lewin, Principal, Jewish Studies Department 
Mr. Alvin Kamber, Administrator 



YESHIVA UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS-BROOKLYN 




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1277 EAST 14th STR E ET/ B R O O K LY N , N. Y. 1 1 230/ C Lo v e rd a I e 3-7600 



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,mi ntt'a ma .mi nii'a ma n-'Dpn mas xbm nsTi X3„ :('n mana) ^''m nas 
'?xnw'7 nmn on'? ]m -id ij'X n"apn '7nx .naw ^p^b^ asy nsia ,n3n'? ysn nsia mx 
."laiTyn 'rx 'mm dd'? 'nna am np'? 's : ('t ■''?tt?a) naxau? ,naiyi 
nx x'7"'a mianiz7 nnx i^a'^nm n-nan nm^n 'ry lanix iT-ayn n'7X y'ln nm 

.-i''ys;T im'7 "I nmn nioa'? hdt 'd .nair mian .iTpsn 
!"na3iTyn "^y 'min,, — :Tnxi 

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Dear Graduates, 

Please accept my warmest congratulations upon 
your graduation. During the past four years I have 
become very closely associated with most of you 
- both in and out of school. I have watched you 
grow and mature in many aspects: HBptiTl ^attitudes 
towards true intellectual traditional observance, 
practice ofrH'K'VD DTl'iJO and the display of 
exceptional talents. You are to be truly commended. 

I hope you will make full use of the foundation 
you have received at our Yeshiva. TheseOTTtD* will 
prove most vital both in college and in late;): years. 
You have the wherewithal to succeed, and H V^ you 

shall. nnTiin . 



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ALVIN KAMBER 




Hebrew faculty 





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ma'^a iin'7 na^wa lan — tmb nmr ^ar 

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."n'73 '?ii?//2 lain 





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.lamnn 



R.A.BBI WICHNER 

"The liveliest effusions of wit and tiumor are conveyed to the world in 
the best chosen language." 

— Austen 




RABBI DARDAC 

Improved my moral and intellectual powers besides enabling me to con- 
fer the same benefits on other people. 

— Saintsbury 



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^3^ un'?'? "o'ynjn,, nnm '?y iji? miz: 

D'^ry nn'tt^ "^sisn nina invaa — 70x3 

•DT' '7 3 3 nj'jvm 



MISS LEVOVITZ 

Delightful task . to teach the young 




■"au^n laya naiv'? 131010'? nimv '?-]U2o nT'o'^n 

Sijan oioT\2 D'7in rny na'? ix ^^^n ■?!:/ 

.rT':'sni nsnn mia 



MRS. ZAKS 

And multiply each through endless years 



Math 





MR. SPIN 

They loved the doctrine for the teacher's sake. 





MR. RAAB 

The excellence of a circle lies not in its size but in its 
roundness. 



MR PALEY 

Multiplication is vexation 
Division is as bad. 
The Rule of Three it puzzles me 
.And fractions drive me mad ! 



— Anonymou 




Sciences 




MISS A. EPSTIEN 

. , the way of the scientist: a hard and noble . . . way. 
— John Masefield Masefield 

not shown — Mr. Cheney 





MRS. Z. SPIEGLER 

Statesmanship should quickly learn the lesson of biolo- 
gy as stated by Conklin; that wooden legs are not in- 
herited, but wooden heads are 

— Albert Edwood 



MR. RESSLER 

Talk of your science! After all is said there is nothing 
like a bare and shiny head. 

— Holmes 





English 



DR. APPLEBAUM 

Shout out your numbers loud and strong. 

— E. Gruber 




MR. DE SIVA 

Education is a thing of which only few are 

capable. 

— Gissmgs 



MRS WILEN 

My own furnished library. 







MR. RAVETCH 

The terrible burden of having nothing to do. 
*Bateau-Despreaux 



MR. GLASS 

Speech finely framed delighteth the ear. 

— Macabe 



MR BASSELL 

It's just as important to listen to someone 
with your eyes as it is with your ears. 



40 



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Languages 




MR. CANTOR 

To be 70 years young is sometimes far 
more cheerful and hopeful than to be 40 
years old. 

— Holmes 




MR HORNESTAY 

This was the noblest Roman of them all. 

— Shakespeare 




MR. MARSHAL 

Four things a man must learn to do; If he 
would make his record true. 

— Van Dyke 





MR. FOHR 

Life is a foreign language; All men mis- 
pronounce it. 




MISS MONESSON 

What's the French for fiddle-de-de. 



History 




MR. WEINSTIEN 

I meant to do my work today; really! 

— Le Galliene 




MISS SILVER 

Never enough space in which to provide 
answers to ambiguous questions. 




MR. LAPIDUS 

Opportunity knocks but once? 



i 







MR MELKMAN 

It is the duty of the student 
Without exception, to be prudent. 
If smarter than his teacher — tact 
Demands that he conceal the fact. 

— Edward Anthony 





MR. COHEN 

No rule is better than cruel rule. 



-Aesop 



Minors 




VELVEL PASTERNAK 

Tremble Tremble, voiceless things, no faith 
can last that cannot sing. 




MRS. DESSAU 

I will make it felony to drink small beer. 

— Shakespeare 





MRS. JACOBSON 

Putting paint on everything in sight- 
Is surely art's most satisfying form. 




MRS. ROSNER 

He labors in vain who endeavors to please 
every person. 

— Lalin Proverb 




MR. GROSSMAN 

... is still an awful red. 




MRS. LIEBERMAN 

The shot of accident could neither graze 
nor pierce her. 

— Skakespeart 



(SK^DIPAIT 




The body of the structure. 




ARLENE AMIGO 

nini 

Good things come in smau paclcages A real friend you 
can always lene on . . ^ Benevolent contributor to Benefit 
Club and a petite pianist ... a dexterous darling who en- 
joys crocheting, embroidery and knitting . . . decorated 
our dull classrooms with her perfect posters . . . she's 
everyone's Amigo. 

nu ni D^jnij mum v\inR 



SUSAN BALDINGER 
O'lQ 
A lover of life who enjoys many hobbies . . . often found 
swimming or skating . . . that's her secret for remaining 
so slim and agile . . . always on the ball . . . proved her 
artistic ability as winner in '63 Chanukah Poster Contest 
. . . "The best of healers is good cheer." 





REGINA BALKEN 

npnn 

Witty, warmhearted, and wonderful to work with . . . 
"merits commendation" for excellence as Elchanette's edi- 
tor-in-chief . . . was never balked by early deadlines . . . 
spirited member of High School Bowl Team and Arista 
with musical interests . . . the highest scorer m our class 
on Regents scholarship exam ... a reaX ginms. 



RHONDA BAUM 

nim 

Vivacious and lively songwriter and poet . . . ardent 
disciple of Yevgeny Yevtushenko . . . active member of 
our Competitive Assembly Committees . . . Central's bru- 
nette BaumsheW . . . explosive captain of cheerleaders . . . 
accomplished folk guitarist of the Phil Ochs school ^ . . 
dabbles in art ... Stole her eyes from a cat but not her 
personality. 





ANDREA BLAU 

njn 

A treasure of a cheerleader . even Fort Knox would 
be proud of her . . . panda monium broke out about the 
grass when Andy came . . . thank you, Mr. Kalish ... a 
great dancer And a Real sport . . . pretty participant in 
Arista ... is it true blondes have more fun? You bet it is. 

nnj?? H'? "'j?] 7U inmi ~[wn mm m nacD 



SANDY BIEDERMAN 

niQj 

Our champion note-taker who never missed a word . . . 
Sandy can I borrow your notes tonight? ... a serious 
student and unselfish aid to all ... most avid supporter 
of the 3 P's — Posters, Proverbs, and Publicity . . . Miz- 
rachi's devoted dancer truly can't be beid\ . . . slow sure 
steps often lead to success. 

mN? '?n; ini}^ «in iinuan dd ni;j^inn 





EDITH BLAU 

nini 

"£"' "dit" ermined Latin Scholar . . . one of the few 
"worker's in the library . . . has her own library . . . nei- 
ther snow nor rain ever kept her away from swimming at 
the Y . - . a perservering piano student ... a proper lady 
who helped prop the Senior play. 



JUDY BLEIER 

Energetic, eager, and enthusiastic . . . her "superb" 
typing ability made her the perfect choice for secretary in 
the Senior play . . . efficiently led the Embroidery Club 
with her sewing skills . . . her exceptional hair color has 
always attracted many compliments . her magnetic per- 
sonality will always attract many friends. 





JUDY BORLAM 

If absence makes the heart grow fonder, teachers must 
love Judy . . . she excels in everything effortlessly . . . nev- 
er touches the text but her marks are always tops ... a 
multi-linguist with a scientific mind . . . An (ne) artistic 
associate of Arista . . . well-dressed, well-liked, and well — 
just wonderful! 

nnDn nriDj luj a'?! 



LINDA BOYARSKY 

Led our team to victory {!?!) as head of High School 
Bowl . . . always has a twinkle in her eye ... a little bit 
of everything rolled into one . . . Flame's fantastic literary 
editor . . . brightened up the Elchanette with her camera 
and her smile. 





ZEISEL BROYDE 

When she laughs the whole world laughs with her . . . 
"flame"-ing red hair . . , Talented head of em "broyde'ry 
club . . . directed Chanukah Chagiga to a smashing suc- 
cess ... A friend like this comes "Once in a Lifetime" . . . 
A truly Zeis girl. 

nnin '27 iiujuj 'j 



TOVA DAVIDOVICS 

nniu 

Central's got a "good" thing going . . . departed from 
Flatbush to join our merry crew as a Sophie . . . decorated 
Central's halls with her Chanukah posters and her pres- 
ence . though spelling her last name gives many people 
trouble, she never does . . . will always be an amicable 
and avid Bnei Akivanik. 





JULIE FELDMAN 

A "jur'e of a girl . . . willingly whipped up splendid 
scenery for the Senior Play . . . artistically innovated a 
new approach to colorful calendars as leader of English 
Chaggim a charitable and charming chick who lent 

her lovely voice to the choir ... as neat and pretty as the 
pictures she draws. 



DEBORAH DEUTSCH 

mm 

A rigorous G.O. representative ... an educated student 
with a special craving for physical education ... a swift 
swimmer who deserves her Senior Lifesaving certificate 
. . provided entertainment for other sports-lovers as head 
of Ping-Pong Club . . . although not one of Mrs. Jacob- 
son's favorites, she's one of ours. 

-•?ji nD? nun mvu m^n f<'?i 





SHARON FELDMAN 

A superior scholar who quietly gets the highest grades 
. . . slim grace complemented by the rarity of dark hair 
and blue eyes . . . advocate of Poster and Proverb com- 
mittees . . . known for her stealthy studio excursions . . . 
shares many lasting friendships . . . serenity personi- 
fied in wisdom and wit. 



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GAIL FINE 

nojn 

A "Gail" of fresh air in our stuffy classroom . , . cute 
comments create commotion . . . anotfier member of tfie 
contact lens club . . . fine competition for Pfiil Ochs with 
her guitar . . . "Boost"ed her way into our hearts with 
her personality ... a fine gal. 

jiiDT qDn mm '?d hn n 'in 






FRANCES FLUHR 

She's many persons ... a well-read individualist . . . 
a Zionist — Israel or bust! ... a bouncy basketball player 
and rugged running champion ... a Frant2,s\\c friend . . . 
all in one . . . voices herself as singer and politician — class 
prez and veep ... all sense and sensibility. 

D^jnn noinnaD n'n'piuji iT.nn nn 



SARAH FOLK 

ni(i] 

A sophomore entry who soon soared to the top of the 
class . . . intelligent individual with an artistic flair . . . 
expertly embellished the Elchanette and Flame with imag- 
inative illustrations . . . soft-spoken and serene servant of 
Sherut . . punctual participant in Arista ... a modest 
and meticulous miss . . . perfection personified. 

mujDai nuiii nnDna 





MARGIE FREUD 

A/arshaTs prize French student - , . Only one to receive 
100 and 4 E's . . future generations will never hear the 
end of it . . creditable co-editor of the flame . . ^ jovial 
journalism head ^ . ^ her service on Sherut is always with 
a smile . . an active athlete and Arista member ... a 
slim, sweet and sincere scholar. 

121Y\ T\1UH lltD'pn 



MYRNA FRIEDMAN 

Did us proud with her outstanding College Board 
scores and letter of commendation . . . constantly com- 
mended on her sincerity ... she is calMYR (NAturally) 
than the rest of us during a Math test . . reigned proudly 
over her class as president and treasurer . . . well-liked 
by all. 

iiDDni 130 '732 '7Jwr\^ Din 





RIVA G ELFISH 

Helped raise GELt as a member of the benefit club . . . 
Riva's efficiency in many fields continues to surprise us 
... a zealous participant in both Hebrew and English 
Chaggim . . a spark on the High School Bowl club . . . 
also lit up our Senior play ... as she lit up our classes. 

nn ^riD^n iior niiun inn dn 



RUTH GLUCKMAN 

U\?21 
Our loyal play writer for last minute competitive as- 
semblies . . . continues to dramatize her talents as co-di- 
rector of our school play ... a constant commuter from 
Queens ... a smart girl and a smart dresser . . . artistic 
and vivacious . . . the truth is we've had g luck with this 
uncomMANly talented girl. 





DORIS GOLD 

nnm 

Our vivacious and versatile veep . . . cheeriuWy carries 
out all her duties . . . Mr. Hoffman's pride and joy . . . 
but we like her anyway . . . with her key of knowledge, 
she will open many Dorfijs . . . always on the ball (volley- 
ball) ... as Silas Marner treasured his Gold, so do we 
treasure ours. 

Dnui ■'HDOJ Hi?' ■''?3i UTi9 nil ani w 



DEBBIE GOLDENBERG 

nnni 

A popular Debutanle . . . possesses the dark beauty of 
Israelis . . . the proper accent of Canadians . . and a 
Golden American giggle . . . played a "pretty" good Jerry 
in our Senior play . . . has traveled far and will travel 
still farther on the road to success. 

aiu in anini '\mr\ 





BETH GORDON 

Beautiful blond hair . . . and bright blue eyes . . . ca- 
pable captain of Boosters . . . rose from secretary of her 
class to secretary of the G.O. ... /?eally gets things dont 
. . . fills the minutes with joy . . . writes the minutes with 
speed . . . certainly the Bethx friend anyone could have. 



LEAH GOTTLIEB 

Our popular Prez who's full of get-up and G.O. 
always lends a helping hand because she's got a lieb of 
gold . . . her ability to play any instrument easily made 
her a fantastic folksinging leader. ... the praiseworthy 
possessor of an endless list of credits . . and an endless 
list of friends. 





RIVKA GOTTLIEB 

npnn niQJ 

Mark her well , , teachers always do. her lilting laugh- 
ter livens even the dullest class ... a finished product of 
dm'er's ed, so kar owners beware! . . a popular person 
with practical ideas . . . deserves an award for bookroom 
work above and beyond the call of duty ... in her we've 
certainly ^0/ a relieb\e girl. 



ETTA GREENFIELD 

-■UN 
Fantastically funny . . . incites riots of laughter in her 
classes . . . with her impish inquiries ... by George! 
She made the Chanukah Chagiga a hilarious hit . . . lively 
leader of diet and calisthenics club . . . the "type" of editor 
Elchanette needs . . . adorable and undoubtedly voted by 
the teachers, the most popular girl in any class ... we all 
agree that a hetta gal is hard to find. 





GAIL GROB 

nniu 

"Charming Gail" . . . Pretty and witty, she became a 
regular in our competitive assembly ... a dimpled pixie 
with a passion for mischief . . . her mysterious eyes and 
sphinx-like smile leave much to the imagination . . . 
Here's hoping she "git's" what she wants. 



CAROL GROSINGER 

nno] 

"A thing of beauty is a joy forever" ... a fastidious 
dresser with designs on fashion . clothed Camelot in a 
crimson cape . . . extends her vivacity to the entire cheer- 
ing squad . . . always Feminine, even in her sneeze- 
Achoo? . . . The heart of honor, the tongue of truth. 





MIMI GROSS 

A bundle of joy . ^ . always ingrossed in whatever she's 
doing . ^ . grew long tresses overnight! . . . the best thing 
that ever happened to the Senior class . . loves to skate, 
loves to swim, loves to laugh, and we love her . . . forever 
on the run . . . she's some catch. 

nw ion nmw 



GAIL HAIMS 

mm 

A treasure of a girl with a flair for fashion and fun . . 
admired by all for her sparkling smile and sunny dispo- 
sition ... a record "spin"ning gem . . . participant in 
Competitive Assemblies and English Chaggim . full of 
frolic and unceasing spirit ... we wish Gail success and 
a hearty "gezunt you". 

mi nu" nno) a? 





MALKE HANDLER 

■pnn HD'jT] 

An active G.O. member who can handle any crisis . . . 
diligent feature editor of Elchanette with a vibrant sense 
of humor . . versatility reflected in a wide range of ac- 
tivities — library, newspaper, and Arista ... a superior 
student who excels in sports and sportsmanship. 

lUHN nin?L) i: 'pd inoj i?iin \ma 



ESTHER HARMAN 

A smiling beauty whose talents are varied . . . dramatic 
and melodious, she's starred in several school productions 
... a charming cheerleader who has diligently given much 
of her time to G.O. offices . . . lovely and lovable, she's 
the sweetest friend around . . . here is sugar and spice in 
perfect harmany . 

lOD innn in n[i3N 





SHERRY HAUSER 

A pleasure to "sher" a class with her . . . "ry"lly cares 
for others . . manages all her business with efficiency 
and a smile ... a dramatic personality who helped make 
our senior play a success . . . Shaindy's clear voice Shure 
came in "handy" as captain of boosters ... a soft heart . . . 
a good heart. 



AGNES HIRSCH 

'■■nn 

A very a^eeable girl . , . known for her willingn«s to 
help others ... a practiced pianist and painter who has 
traveled far . . a serious student and an honorary mem- 
ber of Arista ... an efficient librarian who is admired 
for her attractive wardrobe . . . Her success is surely guar- 
anteed. 






CHERYL HIRSCH 

A "cheer"y spirit ^ ^ . was asked to sew a button and 
found herself at work for a master spinner . . . "Cher 
(h)i(r) shed for her able mathematical mind . . . her 
homework was always there when we needed it . . . her 
nymph like smile won us all over . . ^ and we're not sorry. 

«M nuntunn nN^i?a 



SURI INTRATER 

nniij 

"6'/.;r(i)" passes all in everything she does ... a girl with 
tons of talent and innumerable ;>7^erests . . . vigorous 
volunteer nurse . . . dynamic leader of dramatics club . . . 
exceptionally excellent co-editor of Elchanette and a de- 
voted bookroom worker ... all in all she's a real first- 
^' rater". 





NECHAMA ISSEROFF 

nnm 

A bright girl who earned a well deserved place in Aris- 
ta .. . Is her off beat hair color real? ... her temper 
doesn't match it . . Nechama's "sherut" to the school 
varies from debating to acting . portrayed "Susan" 
superbly in our Senior play ... a bright flame. 

D^gi;^ ngji tumn n|7inni — ai isni nnrn ncijnnjn 






ROSLYYN ISSEROFF 

ni?nn 

Our faithful commuter from "no-man's land" ... a 
willowy red head who's glib and witty . . . Rivki is a frog's 
best friend, also a math whiz and chemistry genius . . . 
a ROSy personality sets off her Flameing talents. 





GAIL JACOBS 

TTZyA 
Has risen to great heights as a willing helper ... a val- 
uable assistant at the Chanukah Chagiga . . our re- 
spected representative to the charity drive . . . Keenly 
aware of the latest happenings in and out of school . . . 
Known for knitting . . . Gail never fails to be around 
when she is needed. 

vTiM niiD iiTj^n 



BETSY JAEGER 

TVY\1 

Graceful and gracious ... a classical beauty . . . excels 

in expressing herself eloquently in poetry as well as in 

prose . . her compositions are always a teacher's delight 

. . has indicated interest and ingenuity in Journalism 

and the High School Bowl Club . . . place your BETS on 

her because she's a sure winner. 





FRIEDA JOSEPH 

A jubilant joie de vivre who entered in our Junior year 
. . . "No, Joseph is not my first name" . . . superb art edi- 
tor of Elchanette and Magid . , . bubbly basketball player 
and intelligent librarian . . . her friendly disposition fre- 
quently gained her class offices ... a sincere student with 
a subtle sense of humor. 



EVA KAHAN 

Well-informed as manager of High School Bowl Team 
. . . but don't your ears hurt? . . a tall senior, well 
groomed from coif to knee-high boots .an eva ques- 
tioning mind sparks many class discussions from appendix 
to politics - . - truly sophisticated. 





MIRIAM KATZ 

Blonde, flowing hair and a pink flawless complexion 
. . . attended Central in both Brooklyn and Manhattan 
... a dedicated history student who keeps up with current 
events . . . her clothes are always the current fashion . . . 
always follows her convictions . . . may only good fortune 
follow her. 

ntuin nvii ojin n? 



RENA KOCH 

uri 

A slender, long-haired gal and a dynamic dancer ... a 
daring defector from Boro Park to Flatbush who has 
"boosted" our teams to many victories . . gave a splendid 
performance as coat-check girl in our Senior Play . . . will 
certainly make her mark in history (a good one). 





ILENE KURITZKY 

Alert, attractive, and always attentive ... a kurageous 
Bio student . . . sang along with Central's choir and spir- 
itedly served as G.O. Representative . . . "robs"many a 
boring class from its endless monotony with her witticisms 
and constantly erupting giggle ... a smileng girl who's 
everyones friend. 



GAIL KURLAND 

nniD 

Gitty's talents are numerous and versatile . . . began in 
the chorus of the Mikado . . . gave a dramatic perfor- 
mance in "The Wall" . . . and brilliantly directed "Once 
in a Lifetime" . . . attractive model in the fashion shows 
. . . one of our class's most promising artists ... a "git" 
friend to all. 

iu'?j "inn imVJQj dmuh hud iujqj 






PEARL LAST 

A warm, friendly, "cultured" girl . . . her beautiful 
blonde hair arouses many a "Does she or doesn't she?" . 
efficiently provided scenery, props, and costumes for the 
senior play as stage manager . . . the laudable leader of 
the embroidery club . . , she leaves a /asting impression. 

DTjgn «M mi?'' 



SHARON LANGERT 

Our own "Funny Girl" . . . always ready with a rib- 
tickling retort for Kamber . . . designated "Dimples" by 
Mr. Hoffman . . . laudable leader of Calisthenics Club 
. . . beneath her ebullient exterior lies a serious and in- 
telligent interior . . . will certainly have a "Shar-on" the 
best of everything. 



^(•Qnw o'^w fi'^ 





HELENE LEBINGER 

Curiosity and intelligence hand in hand . . . Jubilant 
Vice president of Arista . . helps the Lapid burn brightly 
as feature editor our "/f?6"idig contender on High 

School Bowl and Honorably mentioned Bible scholar . . . 
lucky Latin dropout . . . Sincerity brings its own rewards. 

niimv 7u ion mini nriDna nnns '^3 



HADASSAH LEFKOWITZ 

nDin 

A cheery '' la/"- "ko "-captain of the victorious Macabiah 
team in '66 . . . it's unusual to find a true blonde who has 
so much fun ... an ardent Bnei Akivanik Dassy 

is a devoted volunteer who has aspirations to become a 
nurse ... in Israel, that is ... a sensitive soul with much 
kindness. 

n^niQD ygni mum o^nmai ~m:i nuj^n 





TOVA LERNER 

nniu 

An appropriate appellation for a "pools' "-natured girl 
. . . capable head of J.V. ... admirable Arista-crat . . . 
avid Le{a)rner . . . outstanding orator in class and on de- 
bating team . . . youngest in our class, yet among the 
brightest ... a combination of cooperation, compatability, 
and congeniality. 



REBECCA LEVERTOV 

Outspoken rebt\ against air pollution in Hoffman's class 
. . . Lindsay iorever is her slogan . . Flame's fabulous 
editor-in-chief . . . petite and competent member of High 
School Bowl Team and Arista an excellent history 

student . . . will probably be first woman president. 

ni3T run n^n^n iitu? 





MONA LEVINE 

Win 

Petite and pert . . managed the athletic part of our 
school with perfection and ease . . her high school 
spirits match her high scorings in games ^ . . never lets 
conwneience get in the way of doing a good deed . . , can 
talk herself out or into anything . . an outstanding gal. 

qun mnn ^^Rn]^\ r\9^ 



BARBARA LEVNER 

Always making contact with her contacts . . Bobby is 
about as Bobbily as they come . . Her Bright Blue eyes 
beautify bountiful brains . . . helped "sing" the Chanukah 
Chaggiga to success ... a masther choir leader whose 
laugh we will always remember. 





JEAN LIEDER 

Capable "Lieder" of knitting Club . excels in frog 
fission . . . Jeanie's interests span from books to bowling 
... an efficient librarian . . . graced the halls every term 
with a multitude of calendars . . . was a true "benefit" to 
Friday Clubs ... a personality marked by quiet finesse. 

nnn n?uai in n?Dn 



SANDRA LISS 

An avid science student with a long lust of qualities 
. . . undertook the backbreaking task of Hebrew typing 
editor . . . ably assisted in publicizing school functions 
. . . historical facts and dates interest her . . calendar 
dates brought her credits ... a part time librarian . . . 
a full time friend . . . 





DINA LOCK 

UTl 
A lively linguist who has mastered Hebrew, Spanish 
and Latin . . . Mr. Fohr's favorite "senorita" ... an 
expert at correcting our Hebrew compositions . . . Cen- 
tral's own "Sallah" ranks high as co-editor of the Lapid, 
her black locks shine as does her radiant smile. 



vnnn niu nn 



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ETIE LUBLING 
'T3R UR^ 
Always busy as boss of the bookroom . , . literally 
lends her services to Competitive Assemblies and the 
hospital . level-headed librarian and boisterous 

booster who is known for her amusing Ashkenazy 
accent voices herself vociferously and vividly . . . never 

forgets what she learns . . never will be forgotten. 




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MARCIA LUSTIG 

Spirited secretary of Arista , . . exhibited her athletic 
abilities on the volleyball and basketball teams and 
her acting abilities in three school plays . . a conscien- 
tious worker and magnanimous librarian . . . her clear 
voice rings out on J.V. and choir ... a sympathetic 
scholar and occasional dreamer . may all her dreams 
come true. 

D^innn n"?iDi — u'lmu n-'ni}?ui? 



BEVERLY MAJEROVVITZ 

A "Diller" of a laugh but that's where the resemblance 
stops a "model" maidel whose smiling wit brightens 

even our dullest classes ... a flair for clothes with a 
future in fashion . . . "Gold"ie "Lock"s who hopes to 
reach the "house" of learning at Bar Ilan. 

iaj«i7 in in n^i? 




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MIRIAM MANDELBERGER 

Exotically dark . . is never at a loss for dates (in 
history — natch) . . . was officially appointed secretary 
by Mr. Altman and then Mr. Cohen . . . she must be 
doing something right a lively booster who adeptly 

headed the dramatics club . . . gals like her are in 
great demand and unfortunately in small supply. 

'iNji ^m niinm 



ROCHELLE MARUCH 

An aspiring journalist . . . Sinelli's articles are featured 
in the Jewish Press . . . reads a book a day ^ ^ . long 
lashes and laughing eyes . . . also enjoys modeling, 
music, and making merry mischief . . . helped SPARK up 
the FLAME . . . energetic individualist . destined to a 
brilliant literary career. 

rami n'uwj'Hd ii?9J 





ROSLYN MATZNER 

njojio) 

A zealous Zionist . . . the Lapid's "brilliant" editor- 
in-chief who IS really trying to revive interest in 
Hebrew . . . editor of the Elchanette who successfully 
attained membership on Arista and Sherut. ... co- 
operative correcter of our Hebrew compositions . . . 
"L'shana Haba-ah Biyeru-shalayim". 



DEVORA MELMED 

nin7 

Slim, trim, and never grim . . . what she lacks in 
width, she makes up for in wit . . , lovely leader in 
fashion (show) . . . her clothes are always the latest 
(so is she) . . . eager English Chaggim head and deter- 
mined debater . . . draws pictures as well as friends . . . 
will certainly succeed in all her en"devor"s. 

n:iDi? nnu] ii^m 





PHYLLIS MENDELOWITZ 

Pert prettiness personified by her "Co-op" spirit . . . 
A commendable participant in school activities . . . will 
go down in the page's as being one of our finer actresses 
in the Chagiga ... an ardent Zionist whose future will 
be assured through the knowledge gained in Jewish 
History!?! 

ni3' D^jg 11V2 uiHu '73 TiH ?ai7n 'in 



NAOMI MERL 

Flippancy and felicity combined ... a cute face with 
a figure to match . . famed for her flawless French 
pronunciation "technical'My speaking, she's an essential 
Elchanette editor a bouncy booster a mirthful mem- 

ber of Arista . . . endowed with Merlin s magical powers, 
she enchants everyone she meets. 

nt]D] nni n^g'' nn 





SANDRA MESSINGER 

Messenger of comedy . . . her imitations of J.B.W. 
and Rabbi Rosenmund gained her fame and kept the 
office squad giggling. A bright Bnei Akivanik who 
delights in Hebrew dancing . . . Big bows brighten up 
her hair . . . accompanies her folksinging by playing the 
guitar . . . will leave her footprints on the Sands of time. 

i^nn nnnmn T? nam 



ESTHER NEIMAN 

An eye catching cheerleader with an ear catching 
laugh . . . drinks in words of wisdom . . . can always 
be found singing and swirling through the halls of Cen- 
tral . . . "Laugh and the whole world laughs with you" 
. . . established her reputation as a real gem ... "A 
person in front of whom you can think aloud ... a friend". 

■pinni niD] nntun m 





CHAYA NEUFELD 

"A written word is the choicest of relics" but how much 
greater its creator . . . with a flair for writing, she set 
the Flame afire as co-ed . . brightened up the cheering 
squad . . . "Dance" is the knowledge of that which 
relates to love and system" . . . Her dimpled laugh match 
her smiling eyes. 

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DEBBIE NUSSBAUM 

Definitely represents a Central Senior . . . represented 
her class constantly as a CO. member . . always as 
busy as & bie ... a basketball booster and active volley- 
ball team star . . a member of Arista hard 
working head of the new and successful Pitgam club 
her cheerfulness can brighten up anyone's day. 

■'D'jn nuJN ?Di 'TjmT\ lun? 





DEBORAH OCHS 

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Debby is delightful, demure, and dainty . courteous 
and refined . . . always busy as a bee to help others 
an artistic actress ... an engaging smile and enigmatic 
eyes ^ ^ . our conscientious librarian . , . she gracefully 
emerged from her cocoon to become a beautiful social 
butterfly. 




SUSAN OBSTFELD 

Blends brains and baseball beautifully . . . Avid N.Y. 
Times devotee with a flair for finding friends . . . charm- 
ing and carefree . . . never a dull moment ... joy is in 
the eyes of its beholder . . . lively librarian . . . dedicated 
hospital volunteer , . . perky politician who campaigned 
for Lindsay and Rocky . . . Our Sweet Sue. 




SYLVIA PERLE 

A well-read pupil . . a civil-minded citizen and a 
co-operative co-op worker . . . lent a helping hand in 
the library . . . amicable assistant at the Chanukah 
Chagiga and J.B. Weinsteins's protege a warm 

personality whose presence is more precious to us than 
sylva and perles. 

niDn D^rjgn Rinn 



EVA PFEFFER 

"yers" up the guitar club as its active leader . . . 
also enjoys folksinging . ^ ^ slim librarian with a beguiling 
smile . . . avid office worker . . . fluent French student 
. . . helped to keep us up to date with the news and time 
as a member of English Chaggim . . . Sweetness per- 
sonified. 





HELEN POLONSKY 

A rare singing voice ... an eloquent voicer of/^o/itical 
argument . . . owns a i^^v-high service credit collection 
. . . dramatic director of "Camelot" . . . often gets 
carried away in class discussions ... a unique combina- 
tion of character and talent ... As Troy hailed its 
Helen so do we hail ours. 

Dmn'? iitu'? ^7 inj 'n 



HINDY PINSKY 

Run 

Flashing smile . . . flashing camera . . . competent 
photography editor . . . spins along with her Israeli 
Dance group . . . her cheerful disposition is a key to her 
good heart ... a very "entertaining' folk singer and 
guitarist . . . hopes to bounce herself to Aretz . . . will 
be a loss for us and a gain for them . . . Hatzlacha! 






ORITTE POPACK 

An extraordinary intellectual ... a pensive poet 
effervescing with profound ideas and a reliable authority 
on current events . . . the questions she pops up with in 
class have sparked many a flameing discussion . . . with 
her avid interest in outer space, we think she's out of 
this world. 

mrinu qnuin 



JUDY PRAGER 

TriR 

Good natured, fun loving and always seeing the lighter 
side of things ... an abbyso\ute juwel who "boosts" our 
spirits with her wonderful wit . . all teachers find her an 
exciting pupil but she's Mr. Weinstein's "favorite" 
valentine ... we "benefit" much from just knowing her. 





YONI REICH 

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Originally from Canada . . . made a dramatic entrance 
in her sophomore year . . Yoni's sense of humor won 
us over, as "Salah" did . . A writer of plays (Competitive 
Assembly) . . . accent on songs . . a name that implies 
affiliation with Morasha!!! . . . Her eyes are the mirror 
of her soul. 



ELISABETH REIS 

Pretty, peppy, and popular . . . Liz, our liza.Td finally 
succeeded in getting Sherut off its feet . . . plays a dual 
role as staff member of Flame and Lapid . . . what would 
the bookroom do without her? . . . What would the 
basketball team do without her? . . . What would we 
do without her? 

a? mui' H'rn iif<n 





TZILA RENDEL 

Beware of laughter and kindness highly contagious . . . 
a comely miss who renders entertainment to all as singer 
and musician par excellence . . . bright fuel for Flame 
as associate ed . . a voice as sweet as her nature . . . 
could we ask for more? How we can't. 



ESTHER ROSENBAUM 

Blonde hair and captivating green(?) eyes . . . one of 
our best artists . . . well deserves her position as head 
of Hebrew Chaggim . . . one of the few to amare 
Latinum . . Rose to the top of her Latin class ... a 
bright Bnos-nik . . . Singer sewing contest winner . . . 
a willing and able tutor . . . "In diligentia vis est". 





HELENA ROSENBERG 

The original Chaya Raisel' , . A paradox: vivacious, 
bubbly belle-serious, questioning scholar . literary ed- 
itor of Lapid . . . knitterus sweaterum in Latinum . . . 
attractive possessor of colorful "contacts'" . . . spent a 
Shabtai-chaperoned summer (but doesn't recommend 
it) . . . 



ROBERTA ROTH 

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Skillfully skated through her four years at Central . . . 
Kapable "Key"per of the Ko-op . . a smart "cookie" 
with personality that can't be beat ... a sincere 
swinger with a lighthearted laugh . . framed within 
her golden locks lies a golden heart. 





MIRIAM RUDENSKY 

Sleek dark hair . . smooth dark complexion . . . 
an uncommonly nice gal who "basket"ed many balls 
with her speed and agility . . . undertook the time-con- 
suming task of typing editor of Elchanette with great 
success . . . may every "SHANA" of her life be a happy 
one. 



LEAH SCHNITZLER 

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An ambitious athlete "engaged" in many activities 
including — Basketball, Machanayim, and Ping Pong 
Teams . . . faithful follower of Fourth Year French 
and Math ... a light-footed Hebrew dancer who 
rendered her services to the library . . . enthusiastic 
enbroiderer . . . will some day be the blushing bride 
of a lucky boy. 

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JOAN SCHWARTZ 

Our California dream girl . . entered a little late and 
shyly but is leaving with a multitude of friends . . . first 
of the Chazaka of Schwartz sisters . . . professionally 
directed a world-wide tour of fashion . . always on the 
G.O. and does everything "sew" well ... a perfect 
blend of beauty and brains. 

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MARSHA SELTZER 

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Magnificent, Affable, Reliable, Sincere . . . Has a 
personality as sparkling as seltzer . . . "Nat"urally nice 
to everyone . . . and a "Marvelous friend who Shares her 
wits . . . "Notes" all words as important . . . with her 
pleasing personality she's sure to have future in happiness. 

33.1 aiuni nnnoja 






VIVIAN SHAPIRO 

Timid and taciturn at first . , but shaped up to be 
much livelier and very ladylike . with her soft, sweet 
voice she sings in the choir and the Folksinging Club . . . 
has actively joined in journalism sewing, and crocheting 
group ^ . undoubtedly actions speak louder than 
words. 

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CHAYA SHLAGBAUM 

A scintillating Sabra who remains loyal to her mother 
country . . . her rich, resonant voice has often graced our 
assemblies . . . her singing was the "LIFE" of the Mother- 
Daughter Luncheon ... a marvelous musician and 
dainty dancer . . , a Bnei Akivanik bursting with exuber- 
ance . . . will attain future fame as a vocalist. 




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JOYCE SIEGEL 

A soft-spoken yet powerful orator on the Debating 
Team . her beautiful yarmulkas have brought her 
much "publicity" as a capable club leader . . an 
enthusiajtzc and ea.ger /ibrarian , . , pretty dresses plus 
pretty tresses . . . really a pleasure to know . . . and 
truly a "joy " to behold. 



JUDY SIEGEL 

A quiet girl with great qualities . . . has a "head" for 
politics and current events . . ^ Flame's free-lance writer 
... an ardent follower of the Audubon .Society ... a 
notable numismatist ... an Assiduous amasser of rocks 
and minerals, gems, and shells, wisdom and knowledge 
. . . unquestionably a unique girl. 

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RO.SLYN .SIMOWITZ 

Garrulity plus gaiety equal Rozzy . . . her Brooklynese 
accent adds interest and amusement to her witty com- 
ments . . . celebrated creator of calendars for both He- 
brew and English Chagim ... a candy striper who's 
indescribably delicious . . . she outdid herself as office 
squad member ... a perpetual fountain of laughter and 
life. 

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SHIRLEY SOLOMON 

A "zis" head of the publicity club . . . artistically able 
. . . provided humorous caricatures for the Elchanette 
... a prize player on the basketball team . . . learned 
leader of the art club and high scorer on the High School 
Bowl Club ... a Solomon scholar with a special interest 
in art and fashion. 





MIRIAM STERN 

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An intelligent mind lies behind her impish grin . . . 
Mimi's a vigorous voicer of her opinions . . . her witti- 
cisms always send students and teachers rolling in 
laughter . . . has served faithfully on the office squad 
and as a hospital volunteer . . . when she"s around some- 
thing is always sterring. 

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CECILE STEGMAN 

She has our cile of approval . . . elegantly attired in 
sweaters of her own creation . . . her flowing hair is 
her crowning glory . . . boosted the morale of the 
office squad . . . good at mathematical equations and 
formulas ^ - ^ and her formula for happiness is infallible. 

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SANDY STERN 

Sharp mind, keen wit . . . Our English editor is an 
asset to our yearbook . . served as secs'y-treas four 
terms . . . helped ride our class to success in countless 
competitive assemblies . . . our dynamic dancer will 
go-go far ... future author of the "Great American 
Novel" . . . Barely 5'2" but will rise to great heights. 



RUTH STUB 

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Revolutionized Central with her Sassoon hairdo . . . 
Unconventional girl with unconventional humor . . . 
Tames even the toughest teachers . . hedda big part 
in making the Chanukah Chagiga a success . . . Sincerely 
cooperative . . . Thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining 
Uninhibited Hebrew dancer . . . Bubbly Bnei 
Akivanik. 

''3U nun ^umi 





AGNES TAUB 

Rabbi Rubel's protegee as president of Arista . . . 
managed the MAG'id with bright A'ii^'-S' . . . Mr. 
Spin's Aggie . . . gifted with a quick and retentive mind 
which manifests in high accomplishments - . . active 
member of volleyball team . . . graceful member of He- 
brew Dancing . . , outstanding member of Senior Class. 



ROSE TAUBENFELD 

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At times a gleeful gal , . . at times a serious student 
. . . always a sensitive and aesthetic mind ... a lover 
of literature and a writer of poetry . . rose to the top 
in embroidery club . . . worked behind the scenes at 
Competitive assemblies and sing . . . excels in biology 
... a rare friend. 





JUDY WECHSLER 

Jovial J.V. debater ... a master of mathematics who 
found many occasions to tutor the less fortunate ... at 
home in her history class . . . conversant with all the 
presidents of the United States in chronological order 
one of our prize poets . . . always an outstanding indivi- 
dual. 

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BARBARA WACHTENHEIM 

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An active G.O. member who has held many class 
offices . . . the last of the Wachtenheims . . . but not 
the least . . . exquisite taste in clothes . . . possessor of 
a mathematical mind and meritorious memory . . . 
producer of countless calendars for English chaggim . . . 
a deserving member of Arista. 

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ROBERTA WEINRIB 

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A magnificent mimic and a money-minded miss . . 
graduated from class treasurer to business manager of 
the Elchanette . . Made our Competitive Assembly a 
smashing success with her amusing imitations ... a 
winmng smile and nii-tickling laugh ... a warm ray of 
sunshine that brightens up each day. 



ROCHELLE WEINRIB 

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Always does her work and the offices' work . . 
athletically adept — our machanyim and basketball champ 
... a muscially-minded miss . . . worthy recipient of 
Lincoln Center Student Award . . . proficient pianist with 
a pleasant personality . . . the gamut of her talents will 
always be endless. 





YAFFA WEINTRAUB 

Long brown hair and dazzling blue eyes ... a jack 
of all trades . . . eye-catching actress in the Senior Play 
and Purim Operetta . . energetic Hebrew debater . . . 
gifted with a resonant voice . . . competent co-ordinator 
of the choir . . , methodical and mathematical . . . un- 
doubtedly a credit to her name. 

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JUDY WELSER 

Gregarious, good-natured, gay . . . our own National 
Velvet . . . serious student who occasionally "horses" 
around ... a weiser than average girl with a cute 
Cleveland accent who led English Chaggim to success 
with her lively spirit . . . her outgoing ways have 
found her many friends and will find her many more. 





BEVERLY WEITZNER 

A great type of girl who made a great typing editor 
for the Flame ... all the "Times" she's doing crossword 
puzzles . . ardent follower of Bobby Kennedy ... an 
interesting librarian with an interest in politics and 
current events . . . complimented by Mayor Lindsay 
and admired by her fellow classmates. 



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REBA WERTENTHEIL 

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Artistic contributor to the Publicity and Proverb 
committees . . . exhibited her intellectual abilities on 
the High School Bowl Club and her athletic 

abilities as the champ of our bowling team . effer- 
vescent J.V. debater and smiling scientist . made 
proficient copy-editor for the Flame . . . she's really 
Werth our while. 

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HELEN WIENER 

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A real ''winner" famed for her amiability and activity 
. . . displayed her wits on High School Bowl Club . . 
revealed artistic capabilities as head of the Poster Com- 
mittee . . felicitous member of folksinging and choir 
. . . because she's always in the swing of things, she'l\ 
reach her goal in the enA. 

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MALKE WINKLER 

Her giggle brightens up the dullest class ... as head 
of crocheting and as G.O. officer she's displayed her 
varied talents . . . bubbly booster, sweet striper and 
candid charmer ... a warm personality and dear friend 
. . . with a wink whe's won her way into the hearts of 
all. 

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REEVA ZIMMERMAN 

ni7an 

Knit one, ping pong two . . . she has reevealed the 
qualifications for a good baalaboosta . . . her beautiful 
sweaters speak for themselves . . . enjoys folksinging and 
Hebrew zimmera . . . captivated Zeva with her display 
of extraordinary knowledge in Bio . . . will captivate many 
more with her charming manners. 

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The cords that bind us together 




Sarah Folk 

Art Editor 




ELCHANETTE STAFF 

1967 






Miriam Rudensky 

Typing Editor 




Hindy Pinsky 
Photography Editor 




Malke Handler 
Feature Editor 






Sherry Hauser 
Business Manager 



Rhonda Baum 

Feature Editor 





Roberta Weinrib 
Business Manager 



Etta Greenfield 
Typing Editor 




Linda Boyarsky 
Photography Editor 









Leah Gottlieb 
President 




Doris Gold 

Vice-President 



Beth Gordon 

Secretary 



Andrea Blau 

Treasurer 



Treasurers 





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President: Agnes Taub 
Vice-President: Helene 

Lebinger 
Secretary-Treasurer: 

Marcia Lustig 
Adviser: Rabbi Rubel 



Left to right: TUP ROW: Judy VVeiser, Etie Lubling, Suri Intrater, Agnes Hirsch, Sarah Folk, Joan 
Schwartz, Andrea Blau, Shirley Solomon, Regina Balkcn. Helena Rosenberg, Tova Lerner, Lizzy Reis, 
Helen Wiener; MIDDLE ROW: Barbara Wachtenheim, Nechama Isseroff, Rivka Gottlieb, Doris Gold, 
Debbie Nussbaum, Frances Fluhr, Nor shown — Roslyn Matzner. 



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left to right: TOP: Renee Katz, Judy Nullman, Miriam Gershbaum, Rugh Fogel, Renee Morgenstern, Joyce 
Rosenbaum, Chani Rabinowitz, Sonia Glatt, Lillian Liebowitz, Leora Cohen, MIDDLE: Hedy Gold, 
Sara Kutner, Leona Waltman, Libby Sharfman, Malkie Golombek, Sara Weintraub, Esther Shatner, Shuli 
Fleisher, Ellen Simon, Cookie Rabinowitz, Mindy Leibowitz, Miriam Newman, BOT: Celine Lemmer, 
Sandra Padawer, Norma Topola. Chumi Taub. 



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President: 

Elisabeth Reis 





TOP ROW—\eh to right: Beth Gordon, Regina 
Balken, Margie Freud, Sarah Foils, Suri Intrater, 
Sherry Hauser; MIDDLE ROW: Nechama Isseroff, 
Leah Gottlieb, Helen Polonsky, Doris Gold; SEA TED: 
Naomi Merl, Devora Melmed, Elisabeth Reis, Rhonda 
Baum, Mona Levine. 



Left to right— TOP ROW: Renee Katz, Sunni Glatt, Hadassah Ger- 
ber, Esther Schattner, Cookie Rabinowitz; MIDDLE ROW: Hannah 
Rabinowitz, Faigie Kaininetsky, Ilona Waltman, Rhonni Hauser; 
SEA TED: Peggy Friedman, Lizzie Reis, Miriam Gerschbaum, Heddy 
Gold. 




The Spirit 




Co-editors: Margie Freud, Chaya Neufeld 
Co-editors: Tzila Rendei, Dina Lock 



Editor: Rebecca Levertov 





Journalism 




Leader: Kenee Katz 



High school bowl team 



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Leader; Linda Boyarsky 



High school bowl club 





Leader: Eva Kahan 



Library squad 




Debating team 




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Leader: Helen Polonskv 



Junior varsity debating 




Current events 



Leaders: Helena Lebinger 
Tova Lerner 




Leaders: Oritte Popack 
Judy Siegel 




Bookroom 




Head: Etie Lubling 



Co-op 




Heads: Phyliss Mendelowitz 
Ruth Stub 



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Hebrew chagim 




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Miriam Gerschbaum 




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English chagim 





Leaders: Devora Melmed 

Faigie Kaminetsky 




Hospital volunteers 




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Embroidery 



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Leaders: Pearl Last 

Rose Taubenfeld 



Yarmulka 



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Leaders: Joyce Siegel 

Malke Winkler 



Leaders; Hadassah Lefkowitz 
Ita Ringel 




Knitting 




Machanaim 

Captains: Heddy Gold 
Judy Nulman 




Captains: Esther Neiman 
Rhonda Baum 



Captain: Rhonni Hauser 



ATHLETIC MANAGER— 
RHONNI HAUSER 




Basketball 



Captains: Mona Levine 

Rochelle Weinrib 





Boosters 



Captains: Zelda Angel 

Betty Listhaus 




Advanced Hebrew 
dancing 



Leaders: Mona Levine 
Hindy Pinsky 



Hebrew dancing- 
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Leader: Chani Fuchs 




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Folksinging 



Leader: Miriam Katz 



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Guitar 



Leader: Shuli Fleischer 



Orchestra 




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Leader: Cookie Rabinowitz 
Sara Kutner 



Dramatics 




Leader: Miriam Mandleberger 
Leader: Yona Reich 




Pitgam 



Heads: Debbie Nussbaum 
Helen Wiener 





Publicity 



Head: Shirley Solomon "'■5 





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nn'7 ,ia'7 nna-ii? '7y msni' n'a ny^oa x'n .np-'oia'? ppn ,'?-''7sn '7X xin nrs la'? ''u:m'7 

p'7n x'n np'Dian .i'7tz7 mpnn npitt'n'7i D'':i'''7y mni33 inaiaxi in3nx'7 ,i3ii'''7 'itja 

n'7iica XM ; n^aop 'ysax mxn ■'T'3 x'n np'oian .mian wp iyi 2;iyn -fvrz ,i"na 

x-'3n'7 n'713' x'n .nnv3 D'''73E7n ans'n nx nxi ini''3 n''7yjn mu^jnnn nx iiiy'? 

.11-I3W '71:7 asaaa D'tt-nnn psx 'Tb nxi n^n32;na npayn ''T''7 

xin nam? -hid i-'X'7 n''3T D^nau? iz;' np''Dia'7tt' ,ins nai p''Dn'7 iwsn naT ima 

.iasy'7 i:;-in mx i'7 -\^w ,ti;-\v Ttt? bw i'7is'7"'sa n^aniia i^p-'-i na'iaa '7V n'7ix'7S 

T'ajn'7 nyian ama '7ipaT '?v i'7is'7sa '7in3 yp '7-''73 n3nx i^v "711; i'7is'7S ]six xin mw 

.nnT'3 ny asp ni'7y3 niT'''7y ma-'ya nyaii^n 'T" '7y 'a-nia ntt'nn n'33 msinn nx 

X'n np'oian •■'n'73p nnx naiiym .a^ays ■'s'7x 'asy nx ■'n'7XE' "?np'Dia X'n na„ 

.lax ia3ip3 D'sicam mai'7nn '73 '7c; oniamnni onmiynn ,iyDan '71:? n''sa3 nu^ns 

na '73 '3 n^ai'-Drn mjoana lasy nx x'sin? ins mxn — np'yn nn — iwin 

on yaam niaaxn .yaoni maaxn '7X 3npna xin uv dv "na laxy nx p'ma xino? 

.'m3nn na3ani mxn '7iy I'sx D'ayiva Dn'''7yu? ■'p'7X npa 

ysom niaaxn nx 3111? ninn nmn iisnn 13 ,DTn '7K' nix n33 ypiau? pn' 

ni '7X nr D'ayn nx 3np'7 '73in xn .minun nnDE;3 np'oian n3nn txi o^nn nviffx'? 

;Di''n 133 '7"'nnn'7i ,it mipa'f yin'7 D'i'i3' ia'7i3 -ni nx nr T'3n'? ni33'7n nx 3ip'7i 

•13 '7y nmm 'u^m nx ia'7 y3n .orn X133 ,-\r\r mi:;ixa nnns? ,Tnyn nii:;iaxi 



SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS^ 





;rof, Roslyn \^ N^v^ 
DJneer, Helene ■-., \^ n^ 



\ 



NEW YORK STATE REGENTS SCHOLARSHIPS 
WINNERS 

Balken, Regina 
Baum, Rhonda 
Borlam, Judy 
Feldman, Sharon 
Fluhr, Frances 
Folk, Sarah 
Freud, Margie 
Friedman, Myrna 
Gold, Doris 
Gottleib, Rivka 
Handler, Malkie 
Hirsch, Agnes 
Hirsch, Cheryl 
Isserof, 
Lebi ^ 

Lefkowitz, Hadassah 
Lerner, Tova 
Levertov, Rebecca 
Matzner, Roslyn 
Messinger, Sandra 
Popack, Oritte 
Rosenbaum, Esther 
Rosenberg, Helena 
Siegel, Judy 
Stern, Sandra 
Wechsler, Judith 
Weinrib, Rochelle 
Weitzner, Beverly 
Weiner, Helene 
Zimmerman, Reva 

NEW YORK REGENTS SCHOLARSHIPS 

ALTERNATES 
Blau, Edith 
Boyarsky, Linda 
Broyde, Zeisel 
Greenfield, Etta 
Jaeger, Betsy 
Langert, Sharon 
Lieder, Jean 
Liss, Sandra 
Neufeld, Chaya 
Reis, Elisabeth 
Schwartz, Joan 
Stern, Miriam 
Taub, Agnes 

COMMENDATIONS NATIONAL MERIT 

SCHOLARSHIP 
Balken, Regina 
Gold, Doris 
Popack, Oritte 




Stern. Sandra 
Weitzner, Beverly 

NEW YORK STATE REGENTS NURSING 
SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 

Balken, Regina 

Borlam, Judy 

Feldman, Sharon ^^ 

Fluhr, Frances -«*' ~ 

Folk, Sarah 

Freud, Margie - 

Gottleib, Rivka __ - — _ j 

Handler, Malkie ~ ■ 

Intrater, Suri 

Isseroff, Roslyn 

Lebinger, Helene 

Lefkowitz, Hadassah 

Merl, Naomi 

Siegel, Judy 

Wechsler, Judith , -y- 

Weiner, Helen 

Zimmerman, Reva" 

NEW YORK STATE REGENTS NURSING 
SCHOLARSHIP ALTERNATES 

Broyde, Zeisel 
Jaeger, Betsy 
Liss, Sandra 
Neiman, Esther 
Reis, Elisabeth 
Schwartz, Joan 

GRAND STREET BOYS FOUNDATION AWARD 
Leah Gottlieb 

SCHOLARSHIP CITATION AWARD 

Sandra Biederman and Helen Wiener 

BAUSCH AND LOMB SCIENCE AW\ARD 
Regina Balken 

LINCOLN CENTER STUDENT AWARD 

Rochelle Weinrib 

HIGHEST RANKING SENIOR 
Sarah Folk 

SECOND HIGHEST RANKING SENIOR 

Doris Gold 

OUTSTANDING SENIOR OF 1967 SELECTED BY 
HER CLASS 
Doris Gold 



FRESHMAN YEAR 

We cross the bridge from elementary school to high school, 120 ingenuous girls . . . 
We survive the first locker room crush . . . speaking of crushes, everyone has one on 
that dark, debonair Morroccan Rabbi Elbaz . . . We hand in one homework; after all 
he said we could do it together . . . Annie asks: What is the life history of a frog? 
Yaffa answers; An autobiography? . . . Zeva's class takes Annie's tests . . . Zeva's class 
fails Annie's tests . . One lucky class gets Weintraub . . . Rabbi Sodden tells us to 
go talk to the man upstairs . . . Jakie sends us to the one downstairs . . . Mrs. Halpern 
tells teachers to check if we're wearing stockings . . . Marshall says: "I weel, I weel!" 
. . . Rosey's zeroes fly . . . Rabbi Bronfeld comes in like a lion but is as gentle as a 
lamb . . . We dance in the streets on Yom Haytzmaut . . . Rabbi Rubel enchants his 
class (close your eyes he's a dream) . . . We "watch out" for Mr. Kamber - . - Spin: 
When I was young, I used to have muscles. Ettie: Now it's all behind you . . . Regina 
Balken — Presente Monsieur. Edith Blau — Presente Monsieur. Judy Borlam Absente 
. . . Hola Isabella! Como estas? (Our Spanish ees not so good, I theenk) . . . Extra! 
Extra! Central Freshmen get police escort past Erasmus . . . We siperate our frac- 
tions and spicify them . . . Spin demonstrates his excellent juggling ability . . . Miss 
Tabory becomes engaged . . . and shows us proof . . . Freshman weekend is great 
. . . everyone RAVES . . . Our first and last sing is a smashing success . . . We defeat 
our upper classmen . . . We pull the wool over many an eye — but not for long . . . 
Little do we know what is in store . . . Big Brother starts watching us! Our Freshmen 
year has passed . . . None of us have had the famous famous Rabbi Dardac! Maybe 
next year . . . 





I'LL INTRODUCE YOU TO THE GIRL.S 



BOY, THESE FRE.SHIES .^RE GETTING 
.SMALLER E.ACH YZARl 




TOGETHER YOU AND I WILL MAKE THE JEW- 
ISH PRESS ONE OF THE GREAT LITERARY 
LANDMARKS OF OUR CENTURY 




YES GIRLS, IT'S TRUE. I'M A 
MOTHER-TO-BE 





I'LL START MY DIET TOMORROW. 




USE Q-TIPS TO CLEAN YOUR EARS. 



OH WHAT FUN IT IS TO RIDE IN 
A ONE HORSE DIRTY WATER 
WAGON. 



SOPHOMORE YEAR 

1984 isn't here yet but Big Brother is . . . the new regime begins as Rabbi Fuida 
takes over . . . the principal's office is hidden behind a cloud of smoke . . . Monsieur 
Mashal becomes Mr. Marshal and assigns page one-o-eight, one-o-nine and one-o-ten 
. . . Mrs. Dessau instructs us about zee voonds and how to become alcoholics in three 
easy lessons . . . Mrs. Lieberman is like an accident just waiting to happen . . . our 
sophomore class is declared a disgrace as a result of 2 major scandals — one in hygiene, 
the other in Chumash ... A class goes down to B, the B class goes down to the C, the 
C goes down to the D- and the D goes to Esther Schoenfeld . . . we're introduced to Mr. 
Lapidus and opportunity knocks daily . . . Rabbi Elbaz: Katz is absent? What's the 
matter? She had kittens? . . . Mr. Glass's class switches rooms with Mr. Lapidus' . . . 
All's well till Mr. Leventhal exclaims: Where's Rashi? . . . Mr. Cantor is teaching 
French very well this year, too bad he's supposed to be teaching Spanish . . . Regina 
Balken — presente, Edith Blau — presente, Anne Borlam — absente . . . Rabbi Elbaz 
gets hit with a snowball ... up goes the chicken wire . . . Dr. Appelbaum furthers the 
school prison system by calhng us by numbers . . . Zipper up for safety zipperup . . . 
we become addicted to Peyton Place . . . Rabbi Berenholtz — "It says meedabair instead 
of midabair because it is like misdabair-hispael. Etie: Y'mean G-d talks to himself? . . . 
a new rule is initiated. Only one Hebrew test and one English test can be given a day. 
We have 3 tests a day. 1 plus 1 equals 3? . . . We take our first regents ... we fail our 
first regents . . . Our wonderful weekend in Crown Heights winds up with the enter- 
tainment of the DL5 . . . another torturous year is gone and we eagerly (?) look for- 
ward to the next. 





]VbbD 




"It's great for the facial muscles! 




"Hey, Devora! It's Fanny Hill.' 




I 




"Any guy is a GOOD GUY!" 




The McCoy 



The REAL Mccoy 



Wonder nf \\iindci-;s, miracle (il miracles' We move into our ne\\' huilrlin^ , whei'c's die auc 

rium. carctena, swamniin'j; pool. B()\'S.' W'c reason oxer the fourth Hoor '['eachers beware 



Juniors Hideau'a\- ' . All 

and Bassell We support 

,\ horse and carriai^e i' 

Mr, Kalish tor pop[)ing in 



avontes: Hollman, Weinsici 
unuisi we're siellint; in Centra 



,\ horse and carriai^e ina\ l;o lotjetiier Imi do Judv <ind t^uidcmce, 
Mr, Kalish tor pop[)ing in and out like an <istrieh , too bad tlie intercom \\.i^ lui . .viai,^iniii 
sa\s: "i like a t;irl lor what she shows me, 1 look at her \er\- carcfull\- "' , ,Sf)e<ikin£; of ol)servant 
tcaihers, Mr, Bassell , ,\ "ph\sicai lilness" program is instilitred ') lire (irdls a da\- , Mr. 

Weinstem: "nidn't \-ou hear of the bo\ who looked for a i^irl witti a F 11,1),.' l^apa has dou'^h Mr, 

^■,^rblum comes into the school wilh his pohshed nails Marshal- after Lirula lakes pielure of him 

ihrtuit^ with Re^ma, 'A'ou wee! have lo ^ixe me two co[)ies of that |iicuire, ' Rc>i,in,i; ".Monsieur, u'hat 
xvill vour wife s,i\''" Xhn-shai: ■•,She"s used lo ii , I'erfect e.xam|)le of dcniocracx --Mr, Holfman forces 
us 10 write letiers lonlirmimi oin- lo\e lor the .Sheelon , ,Sj.)eakni<,r ol Mr', liollman ,isked: Nhitai 
Noi/ci I'Acd Kn:' \di\d ansxxered: "Bisimaninr' , Mr, Bassell tells llene Kurilskx dat she's t;ot 'uii 
BwDokhn ae(ent. duh'" , .Mr. Spin (in ai knowledt^emenl of Mr, Bassell's a,enerosit\ }: 'I'h.it's awfulK 
awltilh" nice of vou. awfulU' Does .Miss ,Sil\er scare us or do we scare lier,' Mrs, Besscn tries 

to psvchoanalwe us- we all fail the test , We linall\- l^ci a tetnporarx' swimmint; pool in the locker 
room Mrs, Collhebsavs: l/T _ „, . P .. ,.f , ._..- ..^.^ -_,^ .. w ,. 



ICfn-tt? -PIo'5>/< p lc^\ ,e^tM P'irjHl yi'T ?•<]■? T"^"* M IV'U 



Retina Balken l^rcsenie Monsieur, F,(hlh Hlaii- IVe'senie Monsieur. Judv Borlam— .Absente 
Rabbi Elbaz. how man\- limes were n'ou engaged' IVansi! strike and blackotit break the monot- 

ony , Boro Park wasn't in darkness; ihey must be doinu; something rigfil Mrs, I liiTimelstien 

teaclies us al)Oul .\'H;I,A and oihcr loudiy subjects none of us merit merits Hoes Mr, Kamber 

reallv look Hke Mommv,' htiitations are in —.Sandy .Mcssinijcr ijlavs Mr, Wenisiien: Roberta 

Weinrib pla\s .Mrs, (iollheb: Margie I'reud plavs Bassell , Sharon reminds Mr, Kamber of our 
\seekcnd , the grass looks greener in the middle of the Held, 1 wonder whv We take our Span- 

ish and I-Vent h regents — it's Creek lo us , ,\nother vear has passed Rabbi liirdac, where arc vou' 





ITS RAINING UMBRELLAS 



COME ON DOWN 




OUR COMPETITIVE ASSEMBLY SUC- 
CESS. 




I'LL BUY YOU AN ICE-CREAM IF YOU'LL BE MY 
FRIEND 





CONFIDENTIALLY, THERE IS A SALE ON TIES AT B. 
ALTMAN. 




DON'T JUMP!!! NEXT YEAR YOU'LL BE A SENIOR! 



OK-«iY, MR. YARMISH— I'LL BUY .SOUP 



SENIOR YEAR 



Kxit Rabbi Fulda. enter Mr. Kamljer 



Bitr Brother sti 



Rosenmund inspires (:') us with Ikarai 
ican History from a British point of \-ic 



spiteful Sororcs Miserae receive lettc 
we tcrrifv the Frcshies with our picii 
onstrates his French charm l)y kissin 
(;oiumi)us na\- bv ckisenini' minth 



vith Ikarai Havahadus . . . Mr. Melkman teaches us Amer- 
point of view . - . Mr. Flornestav attempts to revive a dead 
Latin rebellion is suppressed and the tUsrespectful and 
■eive letters home - . - .\i the i)i^ sister-little sister assemijly. 
our picture of Central as we know it ... \F Marshal dcm- 
bv kissinu; .Mrs. jacobson's hand twice . . . .Seniors celebrate 
{•J mintha <in the lawn and are placed on prol)ation . . . 



Retina Balken— prcsente. Kdith Blau— prcsenic, .Anne Borlam— absentc . . we spend 



Choi Ilamoed .Succos suflerina; throu<j;h a s 
becomes Mr. Kamber's private secrclarv 
Kamber said to .Sharon: ^'ou look raxishini 
But Fm not a bride. Mr. Kamber: Don't 
sell's final l)ccause he doesn't s^ive us <!;ooi 
man's class. Whatever for:' . . Mr. .Mtma 



-hour Regents Scholarship exam . . . Rashi 
when we took yearbook pictures, Mr. 
onh' vdti should be wcarina; white. Sharon: 
II me vour problems . . . We fail Mr. Bas- 
hints . . . Mr. Kamber sits in on Mr. .Mt- 
leavcs . . . Mr. Cohen enters with his "win- 



assemblv "From Whence Cometh Our Help" . . . propaganda for Stern Colles^e begins 
Dean Isaacs promises to help us with our bov problems or lack of boy problems . . 
Would vou believe Leah .Schnitzler is engat^ed:" VN'ould vou believe she isn't engaged:' 
We slaughter our esteemed lacultv in the battle of the brains . . . Latest medical re- 
|)ort: .^ appendicitis attacks, 1 mononucleosis, 1 pneumonia,' and 108 cases of senioritis 
establish a new low in the attendance record . . . Dr. JolTcn's "Do-ii-your.self" course is 
reinstated ;ind she fills in what Rabbi .Schorr leaves out . . . Mr. Spin receives a birth- 
day cake inscribed: X plus V) equals? . . . we create a great sensation with our high- 
living spirits when we make our grand entrance ai Lxpo 67 ... they said it couldn't 
be done but wc. 1 1.^ proud .Seniors, did it-^\VF CR.ADL'.YFF! . . .After four vcars 
(nil ,x\ <,^rr,<\y< :infl io\s another bridire h.is been crossed! 



when we make our 





Why don't you pick on someone your own 
size?!! 



i3WD 




The private secretary 




'Wait a minute! Who's photography editor? 




■■~-~MBm ' T"-" 


H^^^^^IBWil^^^^^^^H^^^^^iJi^^l 



Equal rights for women! 




"Mr. Kamber are You sure you didn't borrow $32.23 from the 
CO.?" 



First she was — then she wasn't! 



There once was a building on Snyder 

Which had many girls inside 'er, 

Because of her size 

We said our goodbyes, 

And now all that's left is a spider. 



In the lunchroom it is quite amusing 

To see girls counting pounds they are losing, 

They eat salads for lunch 

Then ice cream they munch, 

For it's too hard to bother refusing. 



She thought it was high time to marry 

She thought it was wise not to tarry 

So she came with her ring 

And we started to sing 

Till we realized there was no Dick or Harry. 




Sherut is always on its toes 

What it does for our school everyone knows 

And one thing is clear 

It meets once a year 

To eat out and see a show 



Twelve girls whose names I shan't mention 

Decided to give Latin their attention 

Today they are weary 

Their eyes red and bleary 

When they sadly recite their declensions. 





When the bells ring we all shout hooray 

For a fire drill is under way 

If it's during a test 

Then we all do our best 

Who says cheating in school doesn't pay r 



The wail of the bell here is ample, 

I wish I could give you a sample, 

Whenever it sounds. 

We dash out in mounds. 

And on the poor teacher we trample. 



I went into the office lass 

Asked her to give me a late pass 

She looked at her file 

Gave me a smile 

And checked unexcused — alas! 




Arista girls are modest and bright 

In Midot they've risen to heighest of heights 

They never are biased 

They always are pious 

And they always stay home on Saturday nights. 



We opened the vat and what a surprise! 
Slimy green frogs — before our eyes 
We proceeded to name them 
And forever proclaim them 
A tribute to those we despise 




ONCE IN A LIFETIME 
CAST 

DR. GEORGE LEWIS Etta Greenfield 

MAY Shaindy Hauser 

JERRY Debbie Goldengerg 

HELEN HOBART Ruthie Stub 

CONDUCTOR Mona Levine 

SUSAN WALKER Nechama Isserof 

WAITRESS Yaffa Weintraub 

COAT CHECK GIRL Rena Koch 

BELLBOY Linda Boyarsky 

ERNEST BISHOP Hindy Pinsky 

FLORABELLE LEE Devorah Melmed 

PHYLLIS FONTAINE Rhonda Baum 

MRS. WALKER Esther Harman 

HERMAN GLOGAUER Sun Intrater 

MISS LEIGHTON Judy Bleier 

PAGES: Judy Weiser 

PhylHs Mendelowitz 

METERSTIEN Julie Feldman 

WEISKOPF Roberta Weinrib 

KAMMERLING Helen Polonsky 

LAWRENCE VAIL Regina Balken 

BRIDESMAIDS: Joan Schwartz 

Malkie Winkler 
Naomi Merl 

FLICK Marcia Lustig 

ARTIST Judy Borlam 

REPORTER Dassy Lefkowitz 

PIANO ACCOMPANIST Rochelle Weinrib 

DIRECTORS: ZEISEL BROYDE 
GAIL KURLAND 




CAMELOT 
THE CAST 

SIR DINADAN Helene Lebinger 

SIR LIONEL Sharon Weiss 

MERLYN Sandra Caller 

ARTHUR Suri Weiss 

GUENEVERE Esther Harman 

NIMUE Judy Klein 

LANCELOT Gila Berkowitz 

MORDRED Renee Katz 

A PAGE Hedy Gold 

SQUIRE DAP Helene Garmise 

PELLINORE Hindy Pinsky 

SIR SAGRAMORE Sarah Folk 

LADY ANNE Betty Listhaus 

MORGAN LE FAY Yaffa Weintraub 

TOM Roslyn Tarko 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES 
DEV ORA GELLMAN Ruth Hartisen 

SHULAMITH FILLER Pearl Friedman 

CHUMI TAUB DassyGerber 

AVIVA HERSHKOVICS Miriam Halberstam 

RITA LIPSKY Bocky Indich 

DIRECTORS: Helen Polonsky 
Ruthie Gluckman 





A Single Rose 



Sarah Folk 



Gentle blossoms blue and gold. 
Graced the field through which I ran, 
But not one flower could restrain, 
My yearning for that distant span. 

For in the distance stood a wall. 
Of bricks whose color great age shows, 
And on that wall there grew a vine, 
And on that vine one rich, red rose. 

My eager hand reached quickly up, 
To pick the blossom from its bed, 
Alas! Thorns pierced my finger tips, 
Bringing forth bright drops of red. 

If every blossom in that field. 

Were armor-clad with needle and thorn, 

Would it grieve me? Not at all. 

For what care I for what I scorn ' 

But this my single rich red rose. 
Whose beauty I had grown to love. 
Why did it pierce my fingertips. 
Mocking me from its vine above? 




I turned from the wall, crossed the field. 
And ran to a cove that no one knows. 
And there I stayed to contemplate, 
A lesson learned from a single rose. 

Many people in this world. 

Have thorns to make you hurt and fall, 

But only those you truly love, 

Can wound and hurt you most of all. 



Futilitv 



Betsy Jaeger 



Nearby a shelter for plumed messengers. 

Daily they circle the home; soaring high above. 

Striving, in vain, to reach the heavens. 

The wind becomes a tower of Babel 

To carry them far higher. 

And once more they fail — too often. 

Yet the sight of them flying 

As the sun radiates its golden rays 

Casting an eerie yellow color 

Upon their feathers, is one that makes 

Me hope they do not end like Icarus. 



This poem is dedicated to 

Astronauts Virgil Grissom, 

Roger Chaffee, and Edward White. 

IN MEMORIAM 

Rebecca Levertov 

My story begins . . . 

No! It has no beginning 

Just as it has no end. 

It began the day man was created 

And will end only with his final destruction. 

For the will of man knows no time. 

It has no past, present, or future. 

It is as eternal as man's creator 

And as indomitable. 

My story belongs to those 

Who were ruled by that will 

And thereby gave their lives for it. 

My story does not ask tears of you 

Nor sympathy, nor sadness, nor despair, 

Just as they would not have requested it. 

It asks only pride; 

Pride in humanity that created the circumstances 

Which gave them life and hope; 

Pride that you were granted the opportunity 

To belong to their generation; 

Pride that will give renewed will to those remaining 

That they might continue 

And advance the endless endeavor 

That began whence life 

And throve through the efforts 

Of those we now mourn. 

Their lives ended as they began 

And as they continued 

Knowing no bounds of time and space. 




Life Is Not 

Zeisel Broyde 

Life is more than heart beats that persist. 
Life is not the animation of the creatures that exist. 
Living is not performing required duties detestful to you. 
Living is not employing energy into projects you'd rather 

not do. 
Life is not concealing opinions that should be aired. 
Life is not a society where you are constantly compared. 
Life is not false fortitude or perpetual fear. 
Life is not solitude or the privacy you must bear. 
Life is not a road with hidden caves that surround. 
Life is not an endless wandering, not knowing where you 

are bound. 
Though trite as it may sound, 
Life when it is found, 
Has no trace of vicious badness. 
Because life is an oblivion of any form of sadness. 
For the possession of happiness one must strive, 
Only then will he be gifted with being alive. 



Flight of Fancy 

Chaya Xeufeld 

Were I the frothy foam on 

pregnant waves, 
What tales Fd fling to 

Shore! 
What solemn ecstacy, what 

joy, 

What pulsating life were 

mine. 
Glorious sea that flings 

in delight — 
That thine freedom might 

I share. 
Forever in my dreams the 

passion. 
That I might feel the pain, 

the thrust, the living life 
That rushes madly through 
The purple splash of ocean. 
Were I a wave upon the sea, 
Were I but a glimmer of 

foam; 
'Tis merely a flight of my fancy, 
Escaping me in the early 

dawn. 




The Pinnacle 

Judith Wechsler 



Today I reached the pinnacle. 

And this I call a sin. 

For one should not attain 

His ambition from within. 

With as little work and patience 

As I have shown 

And acquire the grains of wisdom 

That I have known. 

I call myself not fitting, 

I decree myself a part 

Of experiences and trials 

That haven't touched my heart. 

Within the depth they must encounter 

To take both shape and form, 

Fm but a formless babe 

Divided and forlorn. 



Is the life I see before us 

All awe and fitted with shame, 

Is this truly my pinnacle 

Am I to stay the same? 

Is life a repetition? 

I've often heard that's true . . . 

When I take up my part heavily 

I pray I'll never rue 

The step Fm now taking 

That may cause me to slip . . . 

For I so dread, so dread 

This downward headed trip. 



The Dowry — Past and Present 

by Etie Lublmg 

Contrary to the present Jewish custom, the bridegroom, in ancient times had to pay 
the price of a bride to her father. Early in the Bibhcal era we find Caleb granting 
Achsa, his daughter, an estate for a dowry. There are many similar examples in the 
Bible which prove to us that a father often gave his daughter a dowry before her 
wedding. There evolved a feeling of an obligation on the part of the father, to present 
his daughter with a dowry. 

We find, however, in Biblical times another custom of grooms presenting their brides 
with dowries. Eliezer, the servant of Abraham, presented gifts in Abraham's name to 
Rebecca for the purpose of taking her as Isaac's wife. The scripture states: 

-liOlc Ic? \t\\<6<l e'l \t\\'i> i3lc oJiV) ici-^a e' 

Similarly, Jacob served Lavan seven years to obtain Rachel's hand in marriage. After 
Jacob was deceived by Lavan and given Leah in place of Rachel, Jacob was required to 
serve Lavan an additional seven years for his bride. 

As is now quite evident, the concept of a dowry is not a new one. It is one of many 
customs we inherited from Biblical times. Yet even in this modern day and age, Jewish 
parents all over are presenting their "children" with dowries. The trend, however, seems 
to be for more and more young men to present dowries to their brides. This trend can be 
attributed to the high goals Yeshiva girls are aiming for today in Torah Studies. A 
Yeshiva girl of today is no longer only a bearer of children. She is equipped with Torah 
knowledge and understanding to help her guide her children on the path of Jewish 
life. I believe that each of us who graduates from Central possesses Torah knowledge 
and insight which qualifies her to be a Jewish mother — and thus entitled to a dowry 
according to ancient and modern Jewish law. 



Imperfection 

I am the scar on a beautiful face. 
I am the mud splattered all over lace. 
I am the cloud in the clear blue sky. 
I am the speck of dirt in your eye. 

I am sad news on the happiest day. 
I am the pin in the stack of hay. 
I am the crack in the perfect glass. 
I am the fool in a brilliant class. 

I am the petal that falls off the flower. 
I am the clock on its thirteenth hour. 
I am the paved road's only ditch. 
I am the poor in the land of the rich. 

Innocently you've tried to remove me, 
Thinking there's joy without misery. 
But without clouds there would be no sky. 
Life would be worthless if men did not die! 



by Oritte Popack 



MAZAL TOV AND HATZLACHA 



FROM 



THE 

GENERAL ORGANIZATION 



PRESIDENT Leah Gottlieb 

VICE PRESIDENT Doris Gold 

SECRETARY Beth Gordon 

TREASURER Andrea Blau 




Ti)10f)SD 



THANK YOU 

PAT CARNEY 

for the hand cream, narration of the 
sUdes, and trip to Maryland, but most 
of all for your endless smile and patience 
without which this yearbook would not 
have been possible. 


BEST WISHES § MAZAL TOV 
to 

SHERRY 

upon her graduation 
STAGG TOOL g DIE CORP. 


CONGRATULATIONS 

to 

DEVORAH 

Abba, Eema, Yona, and Yaakov 
Rabbi and Mrs. Balaban 
Mr. and Mrs. P. Meimed 
Shulsinger Brothers 
Friends & Relatives 


HEARTY MAZAL TOV 

AND BEST WISHES 

to 

SHERRY 

upon her graduation 

ELEM MANUFACTURING COMPANY 
Abe & Lenny 



Take 2 

excedrins before 

going to the 

dentist 



Thank you to 
Mr. Weinslein Sr. for 
his financial support. 



MAZAL TOV & BEST WISHES 

to 

SANDRA 

P. C. Peter Messinger 
PLANNED FINANCIAL SECURITY 

175 Remsen Street 
Brooklyn, New York 

MA4-5765 


MAZAL TOV 

to our daughter 

SYLVIA 

Mommy, Daddy 
Izzy, and Larry 


Congratulations & Best Wishes 

to our beloved niece 

CHAYA NEUFELD 

Chana and Shiomo Klein 
Tovah and Aryeh 


BRACHA VEHATZLACHA 

to our dear daughter and 

sister 

CHAYA NEUFELD 

Imah, Abba, and Shimshon 


MAZEL TOV & BEST WISHES 

to our dear 

SHIRLEY 

upon her graduation 

Mommy, Daddy, 
Tzippy and Chesky 


MAZAL TOV 

TO 

SHIRLEY 

and her fellow graduates 

PIONEER COUNTRY CLUB 

Greenfield Pork, New York 


Best wishes to 

ROCHELLE 

upon her graduation 

A&L FUEL OIL CORP. 

Licensed oil burner service 

and installation 

GE 6-1012 1037-42 St. 




MAZAL TOV TO OUR 
REBA 
from 

Mr. & Mrs. Israel Wertentheil 
Alvin, Ellen, Marvin, & Grandparents 



POWER TENDS TO 
CORRUPT! 

ABSOLUTE POWER 

CORRUPTS 

ASSOLUTELY! 



In Canado don't forget to 

walk tfie streets — in large 

groups. 



CONGRATULATIONS AND LOTS OF LOVE 
to our dear 
ANNE JUDY 

Mommy, Daddy 
Shioimy, and Caroline 


MAZAL TOV & BEST WISHES 

to our dear niece 

ANNE JUDY 

UNCLE ALTER & AUNT GINA 


BRACHA VEHATZLACHA 

fo 

GAIL FINE 

Mom, Dad, Grandma, Moishe, 
Bernice, Yitzchak, and Shoshana 


LOTS OF LUCK FROM 

MR. KORN 
DRIVER EDUCATION 


MAZEL TOV TO 
GAIL GROB 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Grob 

Mrs. Esther Bashkowitz 

Rabbi & Mrs. S. Bashkowitz 

Rabbi & Mrs. Alter 

Rabbi & Mrs. Weiss 

Rev. & Mrs. P. Grob 


Congratulations from 

KAPLAN 

Help in oil courses; a better cfiance to do well 

on your boards. 

The past is our proof. 


MAZAL TOV & BEST WISHES 

fo our dear 

CAROL 

Love, 

Mommy, Daddy, Uncle Mark, and 
Robert Steve 


MAZAL TOV & BEST WISHES 

to our daughter 

MIRIAM 

Love, 

Daddy, Mommy, Arthur, & Margie 



Thank you Mrs. 

Introtel for the 

delicious suppers- 



MAZAL TOV 

to our daughter and sister 

MYRNA 

Mommy, Daddy, and Eli 


Moshe & Leah Ashkenazy wish a 

Mozel tov to REBECCA LEVERTOV 
75 West 45th St. NYC. 


LOTS OF LUCK & GOOD HEALTH 

to 

MIMI GROSS 

Love, 

Grandma 


MAZEL TOV 

to 
Rivkie Isserof 

Uncle Ben-Zion and Aunt Helen 


MAZAL TOV & FONDEST WISHES 

to 

CHERYL 

for all the best 

from dear friends 


MAZAL TOV & BEST WISHES 

to 

JOAN 

Uncle Hymie and Aunt Rose 
Erwin, Seymour, and Moishe 


BRACHA VEHATZLACHA 

to our dear 

PEARL 

Love, 

Daddy and Meir Zvi 


MAZAL TOV & BEST WISHES 

to our dear niece 

MIMI GROSS 

Aunt Judy, Uncle Louis, Shelley, 
and Israel 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 
DEBBY OCHS 

Atlas Brokerage Co. 

LE 2-8393 Regards, Don 


TO SHERRY 
Lots of Lucl< 

SLIDE RITE MANUFACTURERS 


TO AUNT GAIL 
Love. 

Shoshona Gila 


MAZAL TOV 

to 

ILENE 

Hy's Meat Market 

5309-13 Avenue UL 1-7364 


Maze! tov to 
GAIL GROB 

Mr. & Mrs. Morris Grob 
Joseph & Carol 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 
SYLVIA 

Felsen's Fabric Store 

37th Street NY. 


MAZAL TOV & LOTS OF LUCK 

TO 

SHERRY HAUSER 

Zipper Products Corp. 

Murray Lanmon 


MAZAL TOV 

to 

YAFFA WEINTRAUB 

from a friend 



Thank you Mrs. 
Balken for all 
the scrumptious 



Suri 



CONGRATULATIONS & BEST WISHES 

to 

BEVERLY 

from 

Mom, Dad, and Jenny 

Aunt Ceili, Uncle Lible, and family 

Aunt Peri, Uncle Moshe, and family 

Aunt Goldie, Uncle Cheil, and family 


Best Wishes To 

ROBERTA 

and the graduating class 

from 

PIONEER COUNTRY CLUB 

GREENFIELD PARK, N.Y. 


MAZAL & BRACHA 

to our dear daughter 

EVA KAHANE 

With love and best wishes for 

a lifetime 

Mom, Dad, and Robert 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 

OUR DEAR 

MARSHA 

upon her graduation 

Love always. 

Mom, Dad, Bubby, Joe, Judy, 
and Joyce Sharon 


MAZAL TOV AND BEST WISHES 

to 

JOANIE 

With love from 

Mommy, Daddy, Draizel, Esther, 

Barbara, and Booboo 

Bubby, Zaidie, and Babba 

Mendy, Fran, Beth, and Karry 

Uncle Hymie, Aunt Rose, Irwin, 

Seymour, and Martin 


MAZEL TOV TO ROSLYN MATZNER 

Hirsch Wolf- 

General Insurance — Mutual funds and Life Insurance. 

189 Montague St. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

UL-28200 

QUALITY AND SERVICE IS OUR 

SPECIALTY 



Thank you Mrs. 

Rosner for all 

the excused 

"unexcused" admits. 







MAZAL & HATZLACHA IN ALL YOUR 


MAZAL TOV to OUR DEAR 




FUTURE ENDEAVORS 


Daughter and Sister 




TO 


BETH GORDON 




ETIE LUBLING 


Abba and Mommy, Noam 


and 


Tehlchie Mechail Lichail 


Nadmi, Cooky, Daniel, and Baba 


Daddy, Mommy, Sarah, & 
Aaron Isaac 




LORSTAN STUDIOS 




Official Yearbook 




Photographers 




36 W Fulton Street 




Brooklyn, N.Y. 




UL 2-0349 


REGINA BALKEN 

Mazel Tov from Jock YatmUsh 


SYLVIA PERLE 

Max's Men Store-Brookiyn 


LEAH GOHLIEB 

From your dentist Of. KodisH FHedman 


ORIT POPACK 

Cinnamon Ltd. Hebrew Book Store 420 Jerusalem Ave 


MALKE HANDLER 

Rabbi & Mrs. Baruch Handler, Shanie, 


YONA REICH 

Maike & Miriam to the cioss of 67 from Camp Morasha 


GAIL JACOBS 

Mr. a Mrs. Mike Goldman 
Mommy, Daddy, Irwin & Beth 

MIRIAM KATZ 

To our dear niece from the StOnfords 

RENA KOCH 

To my granddaughter, love, MrS. Arblsfeld 


LEAH SCHNITZLER 

First Carpet Mart, Inc. 1817 pictbush Ave 253-6300 

JUDITH SIEGEL 

Horowitz Bros. & Margareten Co. 

AGNES TAUB 

Mr. & Mrs. Mann & family 

REBA WERTENTHEIL 


MIRIAM MANDELBERGER 

Irval Footwear-55 5. nth st -ev 7-8269 


1. Rutman 479-Albany Ave. Brooklyn 







Thank you 
to the ■Rabbi' 



COMPLIMENTARIES 


A friend of Reglno's 


Grandmother-Mrs. Apo Wegler 


Sylvia Herman Lingerie-uis Eim Ave 


Mr. & Mrs. Weislader 


Contour D'rous Beauty Salon 1721 Ave m. 


Dr. Simon 


Sherry Fabrics i«6 Eim Ave 


A. Meyers & Sons Corp. 


From Judi'S butcher 


Boro Fuel Oil Co. 


Mr. & Mrs. Harris Fiew stone co 


Rabbi & Mrs. Wertheim 


Mr. & Mrs. Kalin Regol Knitwear 


Goldnerg's French Cleaners 


Lincoln Road Superette 


Adams Oil Inc.-Ave u 


Aunt Gert & Uncle Max 


Simon Eyes Doctor 


Lincoln Road Cleaners 


Lowen's Bakery 


A & L Kosher Meat Market 


Bradley Clothes 


Trevi Cosmetics 


Emery Deutsch Jeweler 2023 church Ave 


Antelis Pharmacy 


Uncle Chaim Gross 


Mr. & Mrs. Weinshtok & Rachel 


Dr. A. Gilbert 


Mr. & Mrs. Deutsch & Helena & Alan 


Dr. Goldstien 


Mr. & Mrs. M. Gross & family 


Tante Clara & Uncle Fischel 


Mr. & Mrs. J. Kohlmann 


Semel & Sons 


Dr. Leon Reich-comoct lenses 


Peter Venizelos Poinjer 


Reichman's Butcher 


Mr. & Mrs. Sam Fox 


Dahill Court Service Station 


Dr. Agus 


New Utrecht Fish Market 5416 n u Ave 


Harry Grumet 


Big George Fruit Store 


Heshi & Hudi 


Irwin & Beth 


Chuni & Shmuel & children 


Grandma & Poppy 


Dr. Murray D. Screiber 


Kinor David Meats 13th Ave 


Richfield Knitwear 


Ave. J Appetizing in Brighton Line Station 


Ritebuy Homesales Inc. Ave u 


J.J., E.J., O.J., F.B.J. 


S. & S. Trading 255 Broome St 


Goldfarb's Laundromat 4313 is Ave 


Aunt Peppy & Uncle Sam 


We would like to thank the following people for 


Congratulations and Best 


helping us in our time of need. 






Wishes to 


ZEISEL BROYDE 




MARGIE FREUD 


RHONDA BAUM 


RIVKA GOHLIEB 




HELENA ROSENBERG 


Love, 


SHIRLEY SOLOMON 

JEFF BIENENFELD for the beautiful photograph on page 2. 


Aunt Rose & Uncle David 


We would also like to thank our mothers for putting 




up with the crazy hours, long meetings, and for 


Mr. & Mrs. Sam Shapiro 


having paper cluttering up their homes. 


Mommy, Frances & Joel 


Regina & Suri 





Raffles 



Mazel tov and best wishes to the following girls from their friends and relatives, 
/ho by buying our raffles have made this yearbook possible. 



ARLENE AMIGO 

Mom, Dad, Lorraine & .Steve 

Mr. & Mrs. Morris Klein & family 

Breslaw Printing Co. 245 7th Ave. 

SUSAN BALDINGER 

Mommy, Daddy, Harry & George 

Mrs. C. Lowinger & family & Mr. & 

Mrs. M. Lowinger & family 

REGINA BALKEN 

Mommy, Daddy, Linda & Abie 

Sam & Mattie — .'^^ve. M. Luncheonette 

SANDRA BIEDERMAN 

Harry's Butcher Shop 

Mr. & Mrs. Scharfatz 

ANDREA BLAU 

Mommy & Daddy 

Rabbi & Mrs. Yosef Blau 

Mr. & Mrs. Norman Blau 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Horvitz 

Mrs. Celia GoldKang 

Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Braun 

EDITH BLAU 

Mother, Father & Billy 

Grandma Blau 

JUDI BLEIER 

Mommy, Daddy & Volvi 

Shosh, Hesy, Phyliss & Cooky 

Lilly, Shloime & boys 

LINDA BOVARSKV 

Aunt Molly & Uncle Irving 

Aunt Gert, Uncle Leon & family 

Anita & family 

Mr. & Mrs. George Davis 

Aunt Peppy & Uncle Sammy 

ZEISEL BROYDE 

Rabbi & Mrs. Broyde & family 

Uncle & Aunt — Dr. & Mrs. Louis Feit 

Uncle & Aunt— Mr. & Mrs. Herby Feit 

TOVA DAVIDOWICS 

Dr. & Mrs. Davidowics & family 

DEBBIE DEUTSCH 

Chatham Clothes — 52 E. B'way 

Mr. & Mrs. D. Daniel — Grandparents 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Deutsch — Grandparents 

Abba & Ema 

JUL! FELDMAN 

Mommy, Daddy & Yitzchak 

SHARON FELDMAN 

Mom, Dad, Yaakov & Esther 



M. Bochner Grocery Store 

FRANCES FLUHR 

Mommy, Daddy 

Bobby 

Uncle Max & Aunt Regina Ganger 

SARAH FOLK 

Mom, Dad, & Jerry 

Grandmother & Grandfather — Rabbi & Mrs. Tessler 

MARGIE FREUD 

Mommy, Daddv & Georgie 

Tante Lily & Uncle Sanyi 

Grandma 

Jeno & Olga 

MYRNA FRIEDMAN 

Mommy, Daddy & Eli 

RIVA GELBFISH 

Mommy, Daddy, Linda 

RUTH GLUCKMAN 

Mommy & Daddy 

Helen, Miriam & Mark 

Bobbi, Zaidie & Tante Shaindel 

Grandma 

The Group 

The Gold Family 

DORIS GOLD 

Mommy & Daddy 

Annie, Marty & Normi 

Babi & Zeidi 

Tante Shaindel 

Baba Baila 

DEBBIE GOLDENBERG 

Mom, Dad, Dudi, Feisi & Kayla 

Uncle Sam, Aunt Esther & family 

Mauzone — 1 6th Ave. 

RIVKA GOTTLIEB 

Abah, Emah, Naomi & Ben Tzion 

Isaac Boaz & Israel David 

Aunt Eckie & LIncle Bert Drillman 

ETTI GREENFIELD 

Mommy & Daddy 

CAROL GRO.SINGER 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Grosinger 

GAIL HAIMS 

Mr. & Mrs. Baruch — Mgr. Lincoln Hotel 

Filer Schmidt & Co. Inc. 

120 — Broadway 

MALKE HANDLER 

Mommy, Daddy, Sheindy, Perele & Debby 

Dr. Andrew Gal— 40 Gold St. 



Kelo Sportswear Mfg. Corp, 15 VV. 18th St. 

ESTHER HARMAN 

Mr. & Mrs. Harman & Jacob 

AGNES HIRSCH 

Mommy & Daddy 

Frida & Miklos 

CHERYL HIRSCH 

Mr. &Mrs. Al Hirsch 

Joel 

A friend 

Mr. & Mrs. Irving Kessler 

SURI INTRATER 

Mommy & Daddy 

Chani, Chaim, Mendy, Moishe & Leah'le 

Xante Hanka, Uncle David, Gitty, Adele & Mimi 

Uncle Sus, Xante Cynthia & Menachem 

Xante Baila, Uncle Itchel, Moishe, Sruley & Yosep 

Supreme Realty Corp. 

NECHAMA ISSEROFF 

Mommy, Daddy & Avi 

RIVKI ISSEROFF 

Rabbi & Mrs. J. L. Isseroff — Grandparents 

Uncle Iggy, Aunt Blima & family 

Aunt Rivka & Uncle Daniel & Sandy 

Sterling Farms Inc. 

David Katus & family 

FRIEDA JOSEPH 

Rabbi & Mrs. Joseph & family 

EVA KAHAN 

Jack Neufeld 

RENA KOCH 

Mommy, Daddy & Philip 

I.Dach&Son— 45JohnSt. 

GAIL KURLAND 

Mom, Dad, Dov, Chaim & Eliezer 

Aunt Sarah, Uncle Al & family 

SHARON LANGERX 

Mr. & Mrs. I. Langert, Barbara & Martin 

Mr. Harold Enoch 

Mr. A. Morganbesser 

PEARL LASX 

Aunt Jutta & Unclejacob 

Aunt Rose & Uncle Sheeya 

Aunt Dubie & Uncle Abe 

Aunt Ruth & Uncle Victor 

Aunt Jenny & Aunt Bella 

HELENE LEBINGER 

Mommy, Daddy & Martin 

Mr. Hyman Slepowitz 

Mr. M. Malchik 

HADASSAH LEFKOWIXZ 

Mommy & Daddy 

Aunt Rose & Uncle Maurice 

Aunt Sadye, Uncle Sam, Leila, Jerry & Xani 

Aunt Ida & Uncle Myron 



Cousin Nat, Phil, Rebecca & Chaim 

Cousin Violet & Abe 

XOVA LERNER 

Abah, Emah & Eli 

Baba & Zeidi 

Aunt Sarah, Uncle Avram & family 

REBECCA LEVERXOV 

Mommy & Chanie 

Rabbi & Mrs. I. Klingberg & Chumi 

Rabbi & Mrs. M. Steinberg 

MONA LEVINE 

Mommy, Daddy & Susan 

Mehadrin — Kosher Meats — 1902 Ave. M 

BARBARA LEVNER 

Mom, Dad, Chuck & Suzie 

Grandma & Grandpa Kalkstein 

JEAN LIEDER 

Mommy, Daddy & Yossi 

SANDY LISS 

Mom, Dad, Sol & Abe 

DINA LOCK 

Mommy, Daddy, Yair & Jackie 

EXIE LUBLING 

Morrel Furniture Inc. 

Mr. & Mrs. Feinberg 

MARCIA LUSXIG 

Mommy, Daddy, Nechumi, Esther, Henny & Yankel 

Uncle Abe, Aunt Sarah & Heshie 

Uncle Moe, Aunt Lee & family 

Uncle Paul, Aunt Jean & family 

ROCHELLE MARUCH 

Mr. & Mrs. Maruch 

Bell Xelephone Co. 

PHYLISS MENDELOWIXZ 

Mommy, Sharon & Laurie 

Bobbi — Mrs. Charash 

NAOMI MERE 

Mommy, Daddy, Bernie & Leah 

Uncle Fredi, Judy, Chaya, Zivi & Yael 

EVA PFEFFER 

Mom & Dad, Larry, Nicky & Marc 

Mr. & Mrs. Herschfield & George 

HINDY PINSKY 

Cantor & Mrs. Samuel Pinsky, Esther & Yehuda 

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald PinsKy, Linda & Barbara 

Dr. Louis B. Goldstein 

HELEN POLONSKY 

Mommy & Daddy, Yaakov & Xzippy 

Uncle Jack & Baba 

Ladies Auxiallary Bnei Israel 

Howard Brahms &: family 

Povonsker Warshawa YMBA 

ORIXXE POPACK 

ABC Liquors 300 Xroy Ave. 

Baum's Supermarket 1011 Rutland Rd. 



ABBY PRAGER 

Mommy, Daddy, Irene, Jerry & Grandma 

Congregation Bnei Israel 

ESTHER NEIMAN 

Mom & Dad 

Rickly 

Rabbi & Mrs. Beskin 

Rabbi & Mrs. Pruskin 

Rabbi & Mrs. Weichbrod 

Rochelle, Judy & Miriam 

DEBBIE NUSSBAUM 

Mommy, Daddy & Judy 

Tante Frieda & Uncle Harry 

Houston Upholstery 105-E29 St. 

SUSAN OBSTFELD 

Mr. & Mrs. Obstfeld 

DEBBIE OCHS 

Mommy, Daddy & Faigie 

ELISABETH REIS 

Uncle Max & Aunt Bernice Reis 

Sinai Take Home Foods — Church Ave. & E. 

Mr. & Mrs. Y. Ostreicher 

TZILA RENDELL 

Mr. & Mrs. Rendell 

ESTHER ROSENBAUM 

Mr. & Mrs. Bressler 

Ida Lipper 

HELENA ROSENBERG 

Mommy & Daddy 

Jeffrey & Yitzchak 

Aunt Rose & Uncle Auster 

Mr. B. Freeman 

Mr. Murry White 

Great Northern Investors Co. 

ROBERTA ROTH 

Mommy, Daddy, Shelly & Jerry 

MIRIAM RUDENSKY 

Rabbi & Mrs. Shalom Rudensky & Judy 

Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Sittner 

VIVIAN SHAPIRO 

Rabbi & Mrs. Solomon Shapiro & family 

CHAYA SCHLAGBAUM 

Mommy, Daddy & Shmuel 

JOYCE SIEGEL 

Mom & Dad 

Mr. & Mrs. Avery Gross 

Bred Butcher — Empire Blv'd 

JUDITH SIEGEL 

Mrs. Norman Siegel 

Aaron Siegel 

Mr. Herbert Horowitz 

ROSLYN SIMOVVITZ 

Mom & Dad 

Morty 



17th 



Mrs. Lerman 

Mrs. Homier 

CECILE STEGMAN 

Mommy, Daddy & Susan 

Yossi & Rivka & children 

Chaskele & Sophie & children 

MIRIAM STERN 

Mommy, Daddy, Yonkee, .Avrumi & Risie 

Aunt Clara & Uncle Sid 

SANDRA STERN 

Mommy & Daddy & family 

The Group 

Paul Malkin 

RUTH STUB 

Mr. & Mrs. Buchman 

AGNES TAUB 

Mommy & Daddy 

Magda & Katie 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Friedman 

ROSE TAUBENFELD 

Kinor David Meats 4708— 13th Ave. 

A & T Stitching 370 W. 35th St. 

Seamcraft370W. 30thSt. 

BARBARA WACHTENHEIM 

Turano— Ideal 208 W. 30th St. 

Moskowitz Bros. New LItrecht Ave. 

Hahn & Rosman 53rd St. 7 10th Ave. 

Associated Food Store 55th .St. 7 New Utrecht 

JUDITH WECHSLER 

L^no Shipping Co. Inc. 15 Maiden Lane 

ROBERTA WEINRIB 

Mommy, Daddy, Harvey, Walter & Bobbi 

Mr. & Mrs. Isaac Feller 

Associated Food Stores 55th St. & New Utrecht 

Clear View Optician 

Mr. Leo Gartenberg 

YAFFA WEINTRAUB 

Mrs. Jenny Welles 

Dr. Sol Weintraub 

JUDY WEISER 

Mr. & Mrs. Weiser 

Suzie, Davey & Esty 

BEVERLY WEITZNER 

Mommy & Daddy 

Victor, Naomi & children 

Norman Jeffer Memorial Chapel 

HELEN WEINER 

Mommy, Daddy & Debby 

Mr. &Mrs. I. Biller 

MALKE WINKLER 

Mom, Dad, Nuni & Josh 

REEVA ZIMMERMAN 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Auslander 



From: American Yearbook 
To the Elchanette Staff: 



9/26 



We are sure there has been some mistake, but we have 
not received the usual cash payment for the present 
date. Since you are a part of the large organization of 
Yeshiva University, we feel it may have been mis- 
placed. Please attend to this matter promptly. Thank 
you. 



Date 



Deposits Withdrawals Net 



9/28 



46 



45 



01 



Dear American Yearbook: March 21 

Please exchange the picture of the following senior 
for the enclosed pose. The photograph we sent you 
previously had her lower left eyelash out of place. 
Please replace it as it may have a serious effect on her 
future. Thank you very much. 

Regina & Suri 








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